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On the Amazon, Renegade Activity, and the Futile April 5, 2013: I recently saw an Al Jazeera documentary about Ana Rafaela D’Amico, a 27-year-old Brazilian woman who directs an NGO trying to save one of the smallest but most threatened national parks in the Amazon. In the documentary, D’Amico trudges deep into the rainforest to hammer in signs and hand out letters stating the fines for illegal [...]
Octopus Books and Tin House Join Forces December 14, 2012: Remember last month when we announced the mutual buy-out between Octopus Books and Poor Claudia? Well, looks like Octopus Books has its sticky tentacles in more than one tryst! Tin House and Octopus Books are joining forces and embarking on a new collaborative series of poetry books. Here's how Matthew Dickman, poetry editor at Tin House [...]
‘It takes a lot to surrender yourself to something hybrid’: An Interview with Bianca Stone November 27, 2012: Bianca Stone took part in this interview over at California Journal of Poetics, discussing, primarily, her recent collaboration with Anne Carson. A sample. Make the jump for the rest. It's great. Do you often find yourself producing artwork that is related to what you’ve been writing, or poetry that is related to what’s [...]
Bianca Stone: ‘Because You Love You Come Apart’ November 6, 2012: Alina Gregorian is featuring a new video poem by Bianca Stone over at the Huffington Post. Not only is Stone an incredible artist (see here, and here), she's also a pretty fabulous poet... and a Treky? Yes! From Gregorian's intro to the video poem: This video poem starts with Bianca Stone miming a poem by Ruth Stone, her grandmother. We [...]
Bianca Stone Illustrating All Over Slate’s Book Reviews September 10, 2012: Head on over to Slate's book reviews section, not only for the reviews, but for the illustrations that accompany said reviews, and the banner illustration, all by Bianca Stone. Nice!