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JCU Authors Bibliography

Brunella Antomarini

Publications from 2012 on

Antomarini, Brunella, Adam Berg, Vladimir D’Amora, Alessandro De Francesco, and Miltos Manetas. 2019. Hephaestus Reloaded / Efesto Reloaded: Composed for 10 Hands / Composizione per 10 mani. Santa Barbara: Punctum Books.

Antomarini, Brunella, Berenice Cocciolillo, and Rosa Filardi, eds. 2018. InVerse 2018 : Italian Poets in Translation. Rome: John Cabot University Press. 

Antomarini, Brunella. 2017a. “A Thing Which Is.” In Naufragio Del Singolare, 302–14. Modena: Galleria Mazzoli. 

Antomarini, Brunella. 2017b. “Una cosa che sia.” In Naufragio del singolare, 12–25. Modena: Galleria Mazzoli. 

Antomarini, B., George Oppen, and Paul Vangelisti. 2017. Naufragio del singolare. Modena: Galleria Mazzoli. 

​AntomariniBrunella. 2016. “Dove abita una donna.” In Abitare, edited by Silvia Pedone and Marco Tedeschini, 9–19. Sensibilia 8. Milano: Mimesis. 

Antomarini, Brunella. 2015a. “Collected in Silence: A Meditative Travelogue.” In In the Language of Barbarians, I Would Tell You Stories, edited by Richard Milazzo, 81-92. New York: Edgewise.

AntomariniBrunella. 2015b. “L’errore, O del carattere fantastico del mondo.” In Errore, edited by Silvia Pedone and Marco Tedeschini, 25–42. Sensibilia 7. Milan: Mimesis. 

Antomarini, Brunella. 2015c. “A Few New Animals.” In Nausikaa’s Isle: A Tribute to Paul Vangelisti, edited by Dennis Phillips, 45–47. Milan: Postmedia Books.

Antomarini, Brunella. 2015d. “Pensiero poesia scrittura in feedback loop.” Smerilliana 17:275–290.

Antomarini, Brunella, Berenice Cocciolillo, and Rosa Filardi. 2015. “Introduction: Ten Years of Italian Poetry.” In InVerse 2014-2015: Italian Poets in Translation, edited by Brunella Antomarini, Berenice Cocciolillo, and Rosa Filardi, 5-6. Rome: John Cabot University Press. 

Antomarini, Brunella, Berenice Cocciolillo, and Rosa Filardi, eds. 2015. InVerse 2014-2015: Italian Poets in Translation. Rome: John Cabot University Press. 

Antomarini, Brunella. 2013a. Aesthetics in Present Future: The Arts and the Technological Horizon. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books. 

Antomarini, Brunella. 2013b. "L'eolipila di Erone Alessandrino: L'intelligenza dimenticata dell'inventore." In Cose, edited by Manrica Rotili and Marco Tedeschini, 27-42. Sensibilia 6. Milan: Mimesis.

Antomarini, Brunella. 2013c. La preistoria acustica della poesia: Per uno studio antropologico della poesia. Torino: Aragno. 

Antomarini, Brunella. 2012a. “Dogville, or the Arrogance of Grace: Notes on Cinema as Theatre.” In On Dogville, edited by Sara Fortuna and Laura Scuriatti, 38-50. New York: Wallflower.

Antomarini, Brunella. 2012b. “The Task of the Translator Today.” In InVerse 2012: Italian Poets in Translation, edited by Brunella Antomarini, Berenice Cocciolillo, and Rosa Filardi, 7–9. Rome: John Cabot University Press. 

Antomarini, Brunella. 2012c. Thinking through Error: The Moving Target of Knowledge. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books. 

Antomarini, Brunella, Berenice Cocciolillo, and Rosa Filardi. 2012a. “Introduction.” In InVerse 2012: Italian Poets in Translation, edited by Brunella Antomarini, Berenice Cocciolillo, and Rosa Filardi, 5–6. Rome: John Cabot University Press. 

Antomarini, Brunella, Berenice Cocciolillo, and Rosa Filardi, eds. 2012b. InVerse 2012: Italian Poets in Translation. Rome: John Cabot University Press.

Antomarini, Brunella, and Alastair McEwen. 2012. The Maiden Machine: Philosophy in the Age of the Unborn Woman. New York: Edgewise Press. 

Brock, Geoffrey. 2012. The FSG Book of Twentieth-Century Italian Poetry: An Anthology. Translated by Damiano Abeni, Moira Egan, and Brunella Antomarini. New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux.