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Summer Updates

Just wanted to put a summer update out there:

I enjoyed a month residency at Somos Artist House in Berlin. I enjoyed being around multidiciplinary visual artists, living with and exchanging ideas with them. When I was leaving for the residency I had planned to draft two short stories which I did, but it felt more like a time to think over my practices as an artist, the worth of political art and art in general, and ask myself what would I do if I were not a writer? Marcia Vaitsman and I had a great time thinking about games, labor, women and group dynamics around handicraft given my experience with teaching Quilts and her interest in interactive and game oriented exhibitions. I also was so lucky to witness the performative art of Alison Matthews who performed a dazzling one woman cabaret that incorporated ideas from John Berger, Twin Peaks, and her own life. Not to be missed!

The dreamy art of Dongyan Chen amazed me with its interrogation of how we know when we are awake and when we a…

Radiator Press has distribution!

Just wanted to mention that Futureless Languages by me and Austerity by Marion Bell are now available via Small Press Distribution here.

Here are bookstores that currently sell Futureless Languages:


A Novel Idea
1726 E Passyunk Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19148

Penn Book Center (soon!)
130 S. 34th Street
Philadelphia, PA

Big Blue Marble Bookstore
551 Carpenter Lane
Mount Airy, PA


Amherst Books (soon!)
8 Main Street
Amherst, MA 01002


Malaprop's Bookstore Cafe
55 Haywood Street
Asheville, NC 28801


Labyrinth Books
Princeton, NJ


Open Books: A Poem Emporium
2414 N. 24th Street
Seattle, WA 98103


Woodland Pattern
720 East Locust Street
Milwaukee, WI


Fork Knife Book
224 Augusta Avenue 2nd Fl
The Dark Side Studio
Kensington Market
Toronto, Canada


University of Arizona Poetry Center
1508 E. Helen Street
Tuscon, AZ 85721-0150

The book is also available at the Free Poetry Library of Nashville. You can also ask for them to special order it pretty much wherever books are sold as…