“Is he allowed to say that? ....I guess what I mean is—he's not afraid of the future.”— Jasper Bernes

Fourier Series by Joshua Corey

French Revolution Folds.

Fourier Series, a book of poetry by Joshua Corey published on Charles Fourier's 233rd birthday (April 7th, 2005), is the winner of the Fitzpatrick-O'Dinn Award for Best Book Length Work of Constrained English Literature (2004), as judged by Christian Bök, author of Eunoia. The book comes wrapped in French Revolution Folds: an oversized engraving of the Crown Imperial (Fritillaria imperialis) by the apothecary Basilius Bester (1561-1629). To Charles Fourier, this lavish desert flower represents the scientist or artist whose work is not recognized by society, and who has only her own enthusiasm to sustain herself.

ISBN 0-9724244-4-X. $16. 7.5 by 9 inches, 102 pages, in French Revolution folds.

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