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0-9 sale = several not so secretly great back titles priced at $9.00 each through the weekend: Jesse Seldess’ Who Opens and Left Having, Bill Luoma’s Some Math, and Hannah Weiner’s Open House.

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Trisha Low, in interview with Blake Butler: I was at this rope bondage workshop the other day and the instructor was like, “it’s so funny because rope bottoms, before they’re tied, always try to assume the position—hands behind back, clutching opposite elbows… but that’s so silly and contradictory to the fundamentals of the S&M scene, […]

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…at the center of the layered narratives is an abundance of howling, mournful emotion. Reading it, I sometimes felt as though I was walking through a deeply polarizing gallery show: the way that form and purpose coincide, meditate on one another, and form something wholly different. Read the piece here. Acquire your own here.

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Dolores Dorantes is both the title and author of a major new book from Kenning Editions, forthcoming in 2014. You’ll notice a place is reserved on this website for this very book. Dolores Dorantes consists of four volumes, two of which were paired and published by a pair of publishers in 2008, namely Counterpath and […]

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Tan Lin is presenting work at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh this coming Wednesday, November 20th, including a reading from Insomnia and the Aunt. According to the press release, he will be revising the 2012 Artists Space event that birthed his Powerpoint videos, which you can view in the comfort of your lap (top) via […]

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Trisha Low, whose The Compleat Purge shall soon be at the immediate end of your viewfinder, has new plans to read. On Sunday, December 8th, find her at The Poetry Brothel. On Tuesday, December 10th, she’ll be at Experiments and Disorders, the series at Dixon Place. In February 2014, she reads with Joey Yearous-Algozin at […]

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Of PQRS, C.J. Morello says: The blurbs call the book “a monumental failure” and “a world whose very conceptual difficulty supplies a context for new models of dramatic form and provides a vehicle for the kinds of thinking and representing that happen when various avant-garde ideologies collide with the twin crises of postmodern irony and […]

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