December

Feliz Lucia Molina, A Letter to Kim Jong-Il Looking at Things, nd, Ya-Wen Ho, last edited [insert time here], tinfish, 2012, Juan Pablo Villalobos, Down the Rabbit Hole, trans Rosalind Harvey, FSG, 2010/11, Juliana Spahr, Dynamic Positioning, Belladonna, 2012, Eva Sjödin, Inner China, trans Jennifer Hauashida, Litmus, 2002/5, Hu Fang, New Species of Spaces, e-flux, 2009, Roberto Bolaño, Woes of the True Policeman,  Keston Sutherland, The Rictus Flag, Object Permanence, 2002, Anthony Barnett, North North I Said No Wait a Minute South Oh I Don’t Know (148 Political Poems), Allardyce, 1982, Lisa Robertson, The Men, BookThug, 2006, Joyelle McSweeney, Flet, Fence, 2007, Irit Rogoff, “We—Collectivities, Mutualities, Participants,” n.d., Martin Kippenberger (sic), The Happy End of the Happy End of Kafka’s America, NaNoWriNiMo, 2012, Rebecca Schneider, Performing Remains: Art and War in Times of Theatrical Reencactment, Routledge, 2011, Lindsey Boldt, Overboard, Publication Studio, 2012, Justin Katko, Death of Pringle, Film Forum, 2012,  Robert Ashley, Quicksand, Burning Books, 2011, Anne Carson, Antigonick, NDP, 2012, Laura Schultz, “Missing Link: Gertrude Stein & Postdramatic Theater,” nd, Shiv Kotecha, Paint the Rock, Troll Thread, 2011, Nicole Brossard, Mauve Desert, trans Susanne de Lotbiniere-Harwood, 1987, Giannina Braschi, Empire of Dreams, trans Tess O’Dwyer, 1988/94,  The LA Telephone Book, ed BKS?, 2012, Eduardo Halfoun, The Polish Boxer, multiple trans, 2011, Kenzaburo Oë, A Personal Matter, trans John Nathan, 1965, Yvonne Rainer, Poems, Badlands, 2012, Herman Melville, Benito Cerano, 1855, Barrett Watten, Bad History, Atelos, 1998, Margaret Atwood, The Handmaid’s Tale, 1985, Siarite Kouka, The Swing, trans Susan Gevirtz et al, 2011, and Dandelion #37.3, eds Kevin Eckhoff & Jake Kennedy, 2012

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