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Notes for National Corpse Month, Part Six April 30, 2015: I became the corpse, because—and then, it floats away again. —Alice Notley, In the Pines recall, translucent and disposable, the remaining corpses. —Roberto Tejada, Lost Continent And one day [...] by

Notes for National Corpse Month, Part Three April 14, 2015: Three springs ago, I taught a class on documentary poetics. It met in the library of a literary/arts organization near downtown Tucson, Arizona. At the first meeting I showed Stan Brakhage’s The [...] by

To Avoid Psychic Isolation, Read This Amazing Interview With Jackie Wang November 11, 2014: Jackie Wang is interviewed for Mask Magazine’s “Heretic Issue.” Wang discusses how her new Semiotext(e) book came about, her mentors, how her feminism and activism evolved, her [...] by

AIRPORTS FOR CLASSROOMS April 14, 2014: The music was designed to be continuously looped as a sound installation, with the intent to diffuse the tense, anxious atmosphere of an airport terminal. Maybe what I mean is more simple: music for [...] by

cento for love April 3, 2014: written for a performance with Dohee Lee and Simon Pettet on March 28, 2014 Poetry is not for the passive. It is, as Mayakovsky knew, at its very heart tendentious. Even the love poem agitates the [...] by

Asian Vampire Sensuality and Other Problems April 5, 2011: Barbara Jane Reyes: “My question is about women of color publishing now. Why so dispersed? Why so defanged? Why so reticent, so deferential to others’ authority?” Quick answer: The [...] by

“If you give me a dollar I’ll take my top off / and let you see my heart” November 24, 2010: Laurel Nakadate’s film Untitled simultaneously makes poetry sexy and succeeds in making sexiness entirely beside the point, reducing the body to simply a matter-of-fact vehicle for commenting [...] by