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Image of artwork by Youmna Chlala titled How Many Tongues Does It Take to Make a Colour, 2018. A purple neon sign that reads here we cut tongues hangs on a simple wooden structure. One sees an open sea and hills through the stucture.

Youmna Chlala on Multilingualism, Text & Image in The Paper Camera

Here’s a snippet from Mónica de la Torre’s interview of Youmna Chlala at BOMB Magazine: Mónica de la Torre: You’re a polyglot working with multiple languages—verbal (French, English, Arabic), two-dimensional (drawing, photography, film), and three-dimensional (performance, sculptures, installations). You bring some of these together in The Paper Camera, which intersperses film stills of urban exteriors and […]

Place magazine homepage for issue number three showing contributors' names in a column on the left and a grid of colored squares on the right

Experimental Writing and Beyond — Joan Retallack Interviewed at Place

The following is an excerpt from Jan Baetens’ interview with Joan Retallack, “Experimental Writing and Beyond An interview with Joan Retallack,” in the January 2021 issue of Place magazine. Baetens:  …[Y]ou repeatedly draw attention to a certain analogy between scientific experimentation and poetic writing. The scope of this analogy seems clear, but what are the […]

A screenshot of Zoom call in gallery view, titled "Joan Retallack - BOSCH'D Reading & Discussion." From top left and moving clockwise, Forrest Gander, E. Tracy Grinnell, Fred Moten, Joan Retallack, and Mónica de la Torre are smiling.

BOSCH’D – A Dialogue in the Swamp w/ Retallack, Moten, de la Torre, and Gander

Joan Retallack’s poetry collection, BOSCH’D—fables, moral tales & other awkward constructions, reminds us of the beauty that can be found when relinquishing what we can’t control and of the rejuvenation that comes from realizing the possibility of our own actions. My journey through the many worlds of BOSCH’D began with a digital launch recording hosted […]

cream colored rectangle with eyes, a mouth, and legs radiates golden stars and stands on a yello brick road that leads to an upside down rainmoe with green arrow coming out each end

Off-World Fairy Tales — Now Available at SPD

Off-World Fairy Tales has landed! Susan Bee and Johanna Drucker's third collaboration brings together Bee's vibrant, playful collages with Drucker's speculative poetic stories for intrepid readers of all ages.

Three author photos in a row: the first shows Ada Smailbegovic standing outside, the next photo is of Tracie Morris, and the last is a picture of Elmo as a visual alias for author Elisabeth Houston

Announcing the results of Our 2020 Open Call

Litmus Press is thrilled to announce the two manuscripts chosen for publication from our 2020 Open Call for First and Second Books!

Cover for Aufgabe10_2011. Mosaic pattern with a rainbow of many small squares.

Aufgabe, 2001–2014 (ed. E. Tracy Grinnell et al.) | Jacket2

Aufgabe, 2001–2014 (ed. E. Tracy Grinnell et al.) The task of recounting the work of Aufgabe is formidable. Founding editor E. Tracy Grinnell initiated the magazine in the Bay Area in 1999. Over the next fifteen years, Aufgabe has featured seventy editors, roughly 700 writers, nearly 150 translators, and twenty artists from twenty-three countries. The […]

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