Monthly Archives: May 2010

Mice. And the snow boy that lives in the snow.

I printed a broadside this weekend. And ate too much salt, and baked a pie. It’s hot and my cats are shedding like gangbusters. It’s summer! *Also, Katie Degentesh (author of the above) and Willie Perdomo are reading at the … Continue reading

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In progress

Broadside printing in progress, first run.

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Grown on Long Island

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Smash.

Two things: 1. I finally saw the Whitney Biennial last night. Kate Gilmore reminds me of Feminist Hulk. I watched her piece with a baby who thought it was the funniest thing ever! Her mother was nervous because she wasn’t sure … Continue reading

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Night Animals

I’m working on a broadside for poet Katie Degentesh, who’s reading on June 2 at the Center. This is what she says about the poems she sent in for us to choose from: This poem is from a forthcoming book-length … Continue reading

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Book, Art, Object

On Monday and Tuesday I moderated a panel called the Chapbook as Art Object, as part of the 2010 Festival of the Chapbook, at the CUNY Grad Center. The title of the panel was not my choice, and one of … Continue reading

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Boys fly silently.

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