Ntozake Shange, SeeNoEvil, Momo’s, 1984, Toni Morrison, Sula, 1973 (audio), Roberto Bolaño, Monsuer Pain, trans Chris Andrews, NDP, 1999/2010, José Bianco, The Rats, trans Daniel Balderston, Latin American Literary Review Press, 1943/1983, Gaia Servadio, Salomé & Don GIovanni, trans LK Conrad, FSG, 1969, Yvonne Rainer, Feelings are Facts, MIT, 2007, Paul Bowles, Up Above the World , 19xx? (audio) Henry James, The Real Thing, 19??, Ana Longoni, “Photographs and Silhouettes: Visual Politics in the Human Rights Movement of Argentina,” Afterall, 2010, Martha Rosler, “Culture Class: Art, Creativity, Urbanism, Part III,” e-flux 25, 2011, Liz Kotz, Words to be Looked at: Language in 1960s Art, MIT, 2007, Jon Beasley-Murray, “The Intellectual and the State: Modernismo and Transculturation from Below,” draft MS, nd, The Taco Shop Poets, Chorizo Tonguefire, 2000, Abraham Lincoln #6, ed Kasey Mohammad, 2011, Jennifer Egan, A Visit from the Good Squad, 2010, Gertrude Stein, Selections, ed w/intro by Joan  Retallack, UCB, 2010, Opal Whiteley, The Singing Creek Where the WIllows Grow, ed Benjamin Hoff, 1920/86, Joyce Holland, The Final E: Selected Poems 1969-73, X Press, 1978, Mary Maclane, The Story of Mary Maclane, 1902, Mônica de la Torre, Public Domain, Roof, 2008, Fred Ho, “How Does Music Free Us? Jazz as Resistance to Commodification and the Embrace of the Eco-Logic Aesthetic,” C/N/S, 2011, Emily Witt, “That Room in Cambridge,” n+1, 2011, Erin Morrill, Pornologue, Neo-Baroque, 2011, Try, ed Brazil & Larsen, May 2011, Reversible Monuments: Contemporary Mexican Poetry, ed Mónica de la Torre & Michael Wiegers, Copper Canyon, 2002, Marriane Morris, Commitment, Bad Press/Critical Documents, 2011, MMorris/LRoberts/SRobinson/JStanley, Untitled Colossal Parlour Odes, Bad Press,  2011.

Plus: “Gertrude Stein: Five Stories” and “Charlotte Salomon: Life? or Theater?” @ Contemporary Jewish Museum, Christian Maychack @ Gregory Lind, Doug Rickard @ Wirtz, “Procedural” @ MacArthur B Arthur


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