Avid Readers 4 | Lecture on Reading: Materials, Form, Organization, Actions
Editor: Jack Henrie Fisher
Publisher: Other Forms (2019)
Edition of 100
“Avid reader” is a collocation — a phrase of two or more words that accompany each other more often than would occur by chance. Avid Readers is an event to convene a group of different readers according to something other than chance, something like desire (the latin root of “avid”). Avid Readers is an experiment in reprinting and at the same time is a script for a collective reading. It is an elliptical out-loud construction of a theme in print. Avid Readers reproduces not only words but also the form of words in print. We read together not as a ritual but instead as the lucid collective enunciation of the material texts assembled.
Avid Readers 4 — A Lecture on Reading — has to do with reading, with how to read and with the appearance and organization of the words we read together and what, together, we can do with them.