Doris Lessing, The Golden Notebook, 1962, Brandon Brown, The Persians by Aeschylus, Displaced Press, 2011, Maria Fusco, The Mechanical Cupola, Sternberg Press, 2010, Corina Copp, Pro Magenta/Be Met, UDP, 2011, Robert Fitterman, Holocaust Museum, Veer Books, 2011, Auto Italia, We Have Our Own Concept of Time and Motion, 2011, Jonathan Skinner, Birds of Tifft, BlazeVOX, 2011, Amy De’Ath, Caribou, Bad Press, 2011, Arevalo/Park/Saltarelli/Scepanski, eds., Creative Destruction, Whitney Museum, 2012, Saginaw #2, ed D.H.Horton, Jerzy Pilch, A Thousand Peaceful Cities, trans David Frick, Open Letter, 2009, Where Eagles Dare #1, Steve Orth, ed, 2012, Jean Rhys, Quartet, 1929, Maria Damon, “Micropoetries as Po(e)tential Kindling for Greater Revolution,” draft, 2012, Silvia Federici, “Feminism And the Politics of the Commons,” 2010, Divya Victor, Goodbye, John!, Gauss, 2012, Trisha Low, Confessions [of a variety], Gauss, 2010, Kazuko Shiraishi, Seasons of Sacred Lust, trans various, NDP, 1976/78, Irving Stettner, On the 2nd Avenue Patrol: selected poems, Home Planet, 1976, Adam Phillips, “The Master-Mind Lectures,” 2002, W.G. Sebald, “The Remorse of the Heart: on memory and cruelty in the work of Peter Weiss,” trans Anthea Bell, 1999/2003, Aase Berg, Transfer Fat, trans Johannes Göransson, UDP, 2002/12, André Lepecki, “As if Dance Were Visible,” Performance Research., 1997, Joan Didion, Play it as it Lays, 1970, Armed Cell #2 & #3, ed Brian Ang, 2012, Joan Didion, The Year of Magical Thinking, 2005, Iain Sinclair, Slow Chocolate Autopsy, Phoenix, 1997, Shannon Jackson, Social Works: Performing Art, Supporting Publics, Routledge, 2011, Inger Christensen, Azorno, trans Denise Newman, NDP, 1967/2009,

Plus Adi Nes & Shimon Attie @ Jack Shainman Gallery, Nicole Eisenmann & Christopher Astley @ Leo Koenig, “Creative Destruction” @ The Kitchen, Thomas Demand @ Matthew Marks, Martin Kippenberger @ Carolina Nitsch, Tauba Auerbach & Sherrie Levine @ Paula Cooper, Anish Kapoor @ Gladstone, Tonico Lemos Auad @ CRG, Mark Bradford @ SFMOMA, “Streetopia” @ Luggage Store

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