Josh Cook

Josh Cook is the author of the novel An Exaggerated Murder, published by Melville House in March 2015. His fiction and other work has appeared in The Coe ReviewEpicenter MagazineThe Owen Wister ReviewBargePlume Poetry Anthology 2012 and 2013, and elsewhere. He was a finalist in the 2011 and 2012 Cupboard Fiction Contest. He is a bookseller with Porter Square Books in Cambridge, Massachusetts. 


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A Visit to the City of Dada

Jed Rasula on the many faces of the Dada movement and the contemporary relevance of Dada's political and artistic hijinks...

A Visit to the City of Dada
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