No Press is proud to announce the publication of its 300th edition:
by Charles Bernstein.
Published in an edition of 66 hand-bound copies (plus 13 hors commerce lettered A through M) — of which only 44 are for sale.
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These translations of Caudio Amberian, a 1st century CE Jewish poet and sophist, are remarkably prescient and provide “pataphysical commentary on a contemporary poetic. Rarely translated, or even acknowledged, Amberian was previously translated in Charles Bernstein’s Girly Man. With AMBERIANUM [Philosophical Fragments of Caudio Amberian] Charles Bernstein has returned these fragments and aphorisms to a contemporary moment, just when they were needed the most.
Charles Bernstein is the author or editor of over 50 books, ranging from full-length collections of poetry and essays to pamphlets, libretti, and collaborations, most recently Pitch of Poetry (2016), Recalculating (2013) and Attack of the Difficult Poems: Essays and Inventions (2011), from the University of Chicago Press and All the Whiskey in Heaven: Selected Poems (2010) from Farrar, Straus and Giroux, Press, 2011). Bernstein is Donald T. Regan Professor of English and Comparative Literature, University of Pennsylvania.