March

Alain Badiou, “Hijab,” trans/date unknown, Petroleuse Press, Lauren Beukes, Zoo City, Angry Robot, 2011, Kim Hyesoon, Princess Abandoned, trans Don Mee Choi, Tinfish, 2002/12, Ayana Byrd, “Claiming Jezebel: Black Female Subjectivity & Sexual Expression in Hip-Hop,” 2004,  Dewayne Dickerson, Chunky, V52 Press, 2004, Martha Rosler, “The Artistic Mode of Reproduction: From Gentrification to Occupation,” e-flux, 2012, Shirley Jackson, We Have Always Lived in the Castle, XX Shahrnush Parsipur, Women Without Men, trans. Kamran Talottof & Jocelyn Sharlet, Feminist Press @ CUNY, 1989/2004, Drift: a magazine of West Coast cultural production, #5, eds. Sean Collins & E. Maude Haak-Frendscho, 2012, Diana Sailer, Wikipedia Says it Will Pass, Red Ceilings Press, 2011, Joseph Yearous-Algozin, The Lazarus Project: Alien vs. Predator, Troll Thread, 2010, Marriane Morris, Iran Documents, Trafficker, 2012, César Aira, Varamo, trans Chris Andrews, NDP, 1999/2012, Homay King, “Antiphon: Notes on the People’s Microphone,” MS, 2011,  David Jones, In Parenthesis, 1937, Renee Gladman, The Ravickians, Dorothy Project, 2011, Society of Enemies, “Blockading the port is only the first of many last resorts…”, 2011, Paolo Bacigalupi, The Wind-up Girl, 2010, Etel Adnan, Sitt Marie Rose, trans Georgina Kleege, Post-Apollo, 1978/82 Lara Durback, Garbage Research 1: Hoarders & those resembling hoarders, dusie, 2011, Yukio Mishima, The Soldier who Fell from Grace with the Sea,  Sean Bonney, The Commons, Openned Press, 2011, Moniru Ravanipur, “We Only Fear the Future,” trans MR Ghanoonparvar, 1990

Plus Tadashi Moriyama & Robert Mineruni @ Johansson Projects, & Lowell Darling @ Kroswerk

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