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Surrealist Subversions

Surrealist Subversions: Rants, Writings and Images by the Surrealist Movement in the United States (ISBN 1570271224) is, as the name suggests, an anthology of writings and images by participants in The Surrealist Movement in the United States; it is edited by Ron Sakolsky[?] with an introduction by Franklin Rosemont. It was published in 2002 by Autonomedia[?].

Contributors include Gale Ahrens[?], Jennifer Bean[?], Jen Besemer, Daniel C. Boyer, Paul Buhle[?], Ronnie Burk, Leonora Carrington[?], Laura Corsigilia[?], Jayne Cortez[?], Guy Ducornet[?], Rikki Ducornet[?], Schlechter Duvall[?], Alice Farley[?], J. Allen Fees[?], Beth Garon[?], Paul Garon[?], Eugenio F. Granell[?], Robert Green[?], Miriam Hansen[?], Diedra Harris-Kelley[?], Jan Hathaway[?], Corinna Jablonski[?], Joseph Jablonski[?], Ted Joans[?], Gerome Kamrowski[?], Robin D. G. Kelley[?], Don LaCoss[?], Philip Lamantia[?], Clarence John Laughlin[?], Mary Low[?], Herbert Marcuse, Tristan Meinecke[?], Casandra Stark Mele[?], Anne Olson[?], Nancy Joyce Peters[?], Charles Radcliffe, Myrna Bell Rochester[?], David Roediger[?], Franklin Rosemont, Penelope Rosemont[?], Ody Saban[?], Louise Simons[?], Martha Sonnenberg[?], Christopher Starr[?], Ivan Svitak[?], Cheikh Tidiane Sylla[?], Claude Tarnaud[?], Debra Taub[?], Dale Tomich[?], Patrick Turner[?], Darryl Lorenzo Wellington[?], Jordan West[?], Joel Williams[?], Marie Wilson[?], and Haifa Zangana[?].

See also: surrealism

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