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Dot Dot Dot Magazine
Since its conception in 2000, DDD has immatured into a jocuserious fanzine-journal-orphanage based on true stories deeply concerned with art-design-music-language-literature-architecture and uptight optipessimistic stoppy/revelatory ghostwriting by friendly spirits mapping b-sides and out-takes pushing for a resolution in bleak midwinter through late summer with local and general aesthetics wound on an ever tightening coil.

Dot Dot Dot
Issue 20
... in which Dot Dot Dot tries—finally—to be as direct as possible about what it’s come to stand for and what it thinks it’s gonna do about it. This is the final issue of the much-loved magazine as it completes its tenth year of existence.
Contributions by: Dexter Sinister, David William, Pablo Lafuente, Mark Leckey, F.R. David, The Blind Man, Francesco Manacorda, Dieter Roelstraete, Mike Sperlinger, Rudolf Delson, Stuart Bailey, Nick Relph, Angie Keefer, Mark Owens, James Langdon, Will Holder, and Radim Pesko.



Dot Dot Dot
Issue 19
Issue 19 assembled from PDFs of THE FIRST/LAST NEWSPAPER (TF/LN) which was issued from Port Authority in New York City every Wednesday & Saturday during the first 3 weeks of November 2009.


Dot Dot Dot
Issue 17
Dexter Sinister presents PARALLEL introductions! Richard Hollis on the EYE and the EAR
James Goggin itemizes ways of reading in London, 2008 with Maria Fusco, Will Holder, Richard Hollis,
Maki Suzuki and Jörg Heiser
Will Holder speaks of the poetics of concrete poetry and documenting the work of Falke Pisano
Stefan Themerson & Language a film by Erik van Zuylen introduced by Mike Sperlinger
Dan Fox plays an extended version of Refracted Light Through Armoury Show
Jennifer Higgie reads from Carnival Theory, a play-in-progress with Johnny Vivash
Agency presents Specimen 0880: Papa Hemingway
David Reinfurt explains NaÏve Set Theory with an overhead projector
Malcolm McLaren (in absentia) is interviewed by Mark & Stephen Beasley (in absentia)
Stuart Bailey describes the Science, Fiction of E.C. Large with Will Holder and David Reinfurt
Alex Klein: Portrait of Genesis Breyer P-Orridge
New York City, May 2008
Mitim (Eta) by Radim Peško
Walead Beshty: Beshty’s Possible Triangle, 2008
Dexter Sinister: Beshty’s Possible Triangle, 2008
Janice Kerbel: Remarkable, 2008
The Middle of Nowhere: Chapter 8 by Will Holder

Dot Dot Dot
Issue 16

A W.A.S.T.E. of Ink (after Thomas Pynchon)

DDD16 was conceived parallel to—and is issued from under the wing of—the project 'True Mirror', directed from the Commander’s Room at the 7th Regiment Armory Building, New York between 4–23 March, 2008 and tracked at http://www.sinisterdexter.org. On reflection, we realised real news doesn’t need a press release.

The issue then draws liberally from three other interlocking projects, all founded by guest-co-editor Raimundas Malašauskas.

Contributions from: Michael Bracewell, Jason Fulford, David Osbaldeston, Andrew Hunt, Louis Lüthi, Cory Arcangel, Paul Elliman, Raimundas Malašauskas, Larissa Harris, David Reinfurt, Gintaras Didžiapetris, Ryan Gander, Tom Morton, Steven Francis, Rob Giampietro, Mariana Castillo Deball, Mark Beasley, Alex Klein, Clifford Irving, Radim Peško, Will Holder.


Dot Dot Dot
Issue 15

Produced on Location at the Centre d'Art Contemporain Geneve, Switzerland, between 24 October and 7 November, 2007 by Mai Abu ElDahab, Stuart Bailey, Walead Beshty, Sarah Crowner, Joyce Guley, Will Holder, Anthony Huberman, Polona Kuzman, David Reinfurt, Joke Robaard, Jan Verwoert, and Jan Dirk de Wilde on Ricoh TC2, Ricoh JP8500, and Riso V8000 stencil printing machines in an edition of 3000.


Dot Dot Dot
Issue 13
Irregular report of the DDDepartment of Science Fiction & Economics. Conceptual graphic design magazine edited by Stuart Bailey & Peter Bilak. This issue features contributions by: Benjamin Franklin, Ian Svenonius, Alex Klein, Seth Price, George Maciunas, Jan Verwoert, Emily Pethick, Will Holder, and more.
Paperback, 90 b/w illustrations with 14 four-color plates, 104 pages, 2007.