Steve McCaffery reading from Carnival, panel 1.

Steve McCaffery reading from Carnival, panel 1.

CARNIVAL, Steve McCaffery

CARNIVAL, Steve McCaffery

POETICS OF BREATH @ GRAY CENTER
POETICS OF BREATH @ GRAY CENTER

Wed, Jan 27, 2016 7:00pm – 9:00pm Caroline Bergvall, Judd Morrissey, Jennifer Scappettone: readings and talks toward a collaborative poetics of breath Gray Center Lab in Midway Studios, 929 E. 60th St., Chicago Mellon Fellows Caroline Bergvall (London-based artist, writer and performer), Judd Morrissey (writer, code artist and professor, School of the Art Institute of […]

From Claudia Rankine’s Citizen: Situation 7

From Claudia Rankine’s Citizen: Situation 7

BEING EMBEDDED: TRANSLATION @ ASYMPTOTE
BEING EMBEDDED: TRANSLATION @ ASYMPTOTE

“Translation obliges that you be embedded, digging your way out of the enemy logic word by word.” Temporarily virtual friends: I spoke at Asymptote with Alexis Almeida of my various projects across poetry, research, and translation; naturally we began with Amelia Rosselli. Have a look here: Amici temporaneamente virtuali: ho parlato qui su Asymptote Journal […]

LAGUNA AS ARCHIVE IN MAKE MAG
LAGUNA AS ARCHIVE IN MAKE MAG

Nathanaël and I are writing together about lagoons and/as archives—that “each book occupies, for me, the place of a memory loss….” makes for the initial traces of that conversation, here and in the print version of MAKE Magazine #16:

BE AND BE DUG (MSA READING)
BE AND BE DUG (MSA READING)

DIG AND BE DUG IN RETURN: A POETRY READING at the Modernist Studies Association Annual Conference in Boston Westin Copely Place, 10 Huntington Ave, Boston MA Friday, November 20, 5:30 p.m. Essex Center The motto for this creative uprising comes from Langston Hughes, but participants wage poetic revolution under myriad banners. Please join Stephen Burt, […]

THE MULTIMEDIA AVANT-GARDE
THE MULTIMEDIA AVANT-GARDE

Modernist Studies Association Annual Conference, 17th edition: Boston All Together Now: The Multimedia Avant-garde Thursday, November 19, 1:30-3 pm; Essex North East Organizers: Lori Cole (New York University), Bibiana Obler (George Washington University) Invited Participants: Harper Montgomery (Hunter College), Chinghsin Wu (Rutgers University) From Futurist radio programs to Oskar Schlemmer’s Triadic Ballet to Oswald de […]

PSYCHOGEOGRAPHICAL ROMANCE
PSYCHOGEOGRAPHICAL ROMANCE

Psychogeographical Romance: 3 Interviews is now out from the phenomenal Essay Press as a free pdf chapbook, curated by Leonard Schwartz of Cross-Cultural Poetics. With Yolanda Castaño on the psychogeography of the highway, Magdalena Edwards and Forrest Gander on the psychogeography of the disappeared in Raúl Zurita, and yours truly on the psychogeography of the […]

HYPERTEXTUAL CITY
HYPERTEXTUAL CITY

I’ll be talking about “Pinocchio, Unbuilt: The Hypertextual Venice of Robert Coover” (and a smidgeon of Judd Morrissey’s RC_AI in homage to the latter) tomorrow at Fiction/Nonfiction: The Uses and Truths of Literature, a conference organized by Alison James and Luc Lang at the University of Chicago (Logan Center for the Arts, 802). Free & […]

THE DATA THAT WE BREATHE
THE DATA THAT WE BREATHE

I’m excited to announce that I’ll be sharing a Mellon Fellowship in Arts and Inquiry with the extraordinary multifaceted artists Caroline Bergvall and Judd Morrissey in 2016. We will be in residence at the Gray Center for Arts and Inquiry to begin a project called The Data That We Breathe: Caroline Bergvall (London-based artist, writer […]

LIT AGAINST US (ON ANNE BOYER)
LIT AGAINST US (ON ANNE BOYER)

In honor of her recent reading here in Chicago I wrote the following for Anne Boyer: Literature is against us. Which us? The us of unpaid reproductive labor. The us with a strap affixed to our shoulders. The us of those on the nether side of consumption. The us that lives in Colonial Gardens, on […]


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