March

Felicia Luna Lumes, Like Son, 2009 (audio), Bob Grenier, Attnetion: Seven Narratives, Institute of Further Studies, 1985, & Bruce Andrews’ critique in Line, 1989, Erika Staiti, In the Stitches, Trafficker, 2010, S.E. Barnet, Story of Elsewhere, Center for Useless Splendor, 2011, Cid Corman, Nothing at All, Poetry New York, 1999, Nathanael West, Miss Lonelyhearts, 1933 (audiobook), Black Bread #1, eds Sianne Ngai & Jessica Lowenthal, Gosling Press, 1992, Bobbie Louise Hawkins, En Route, Little Dinosaur Press, 1982, Andrés Barba, “Such Small Hands”, trans Lisa Dillman, World Without Borders, 2010, Poetry Project Newsletter, March/April 2011, Muriel Spark, The Driver’s Seat, 1970 (audio), Jodi Dean, “Communicative Capitalism: circulation and the foreclosure of politics,” 2005, Urs Allemann, Babyfucker, trans. Peter Smith, Les Figues, 1992/2010, Bobbie Louise Hawkins, “Four Extraordinary Women, part 4: Colette,” 2005, Chantal Mouffe, “Artistic Activism and Agonistic Spaces,” Art and Research, 2007, Miya Masaoka, “Notes from a Trans-Cultural Diary,” and Bob Ostertag, “All the Rage,” in Arcana, ed. John Zorn, Hips Road 2000, Marina Rosenfeld, “Glitch”, and Jewlia Eisenberg, “More Fun than Capitalism: Me and WB in Nerdy-Sexy-Commie-Girlieland,” in Arcana 2, ed. John Zorn, Hips Road 2007, Gail Sher, “Broke Aide” and Kit Robinson, “A Little Hawaii Diary,” Tramen, 1985, Ron Silliman, ed., “Realism: an anthology of ‘language’ writing”, Ironwood, 1982, Perry Anderson, “Lula’s Brazil,” LRB, 2011, Denis Johnson, Jesus’s Son, 1993 (audio),

Plus Charlene Tan @ Ampersand Arts, Pablo Guardiola @ Romer Young Gallery, “Lost in Space” @ Steven Wolf Fine Arts, Ryan Travis Christian & Chris Duncan/Jason Michael @ Guerrero Gallery, Glenn Ligon & Karthik Pandian @ the Whitney, Luis Camnitzer @ Museo del Barrio, Marcel Duchamp Gallery @ Philadelphia Museum, Sarah Michelson @ ODC, Yvonne Rainer @ BAC.

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