I talk Ali Liebegott’s new novel, pennies, ducks, painting, and more of Ali’s obsessions at HTML Giant.
“Play can be hard work and serious business. It’s time to push beyond the conceptualization of play as merely the pursuit of leisure and consider how the issues of power, affect, labor, identity, and privacy surround the idea and practice of play. Extending Play aims to explore, understand, and facilitate discussion of play as a mediating practice and how play operates at the center of media.” — Conference Mission
So thrilled to present Rih Rih (Re)Vision at Rutgers Media Studies Conference: Extending Play next Saturday!
Find me at the Pop Culture Association / American Culture Association National Conference presenting two papers: “What New Girl Says About Post-Fordist Men” and “Queer Looks at Rihanna’s S&M.”
Concord Press 1 is a dossier, a treasure hunt, and a map. It spins real and fake histories. Archives daydreams, Gathers facts. What did Concord make in its first-odd year? Myths and manifestos. Experiments in living arrangements. Performances on occult practices. Apologies and soap boxes. False-starts. Real talk. And all that else. 1 collects twenty contributions in one hangable, gromet-bound 11x17 publication.
These poems are parties. They are bright lights. They are on tongues and in tongues — about sex and about language. They are cheeky. They are sleazy. They are cheap. They’re my latest. And they want to be in your mouths.
photos from CLOSE
It’s true, LA Weekly, “This Art Event Included Pornographic Balloons, Half-Naked Bartenders, and a Bouncy Castle.”