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Joyelle McSweeney on the Influence of Leslie Scalapino September 23, 2013: As we noted last week, Joyelle McSweeney is the winner of the inaugural Leslie Scalapino Award for Innovative Women Playwrights. On October 14th her new play, Dead Youth, or, the Leaks will premiere [...] by

Joyelle McSweeney Wins Leslie Scalapino Award for Innovative Women Playwrights September 19, 2013: You heard it here: The winner of the inaugural Leslie Scalapino Award for Innovative Women Playwrights is Joyelle McSweeney! McSweeney’s winning script, Dead Youth, or, The Leaks, will be [...] by

‘Corean Music’: Art and Violence August 1, 2013: In his 1895 study Corea, the English Victorian adventurer (and anthropologist, painter, etc.) Henry Savage-Landor writes about Korean music: This music is to the average European ear more than [...] by

Don’t Tase Me, Bro: An Interview With Joyelle McSweeney July 26, 2013: Week 28 of 52 interviews at Monkeybicycle features Joyelle McSweeney, much to our delight. She discusses motherhood (“I became so same, same”), genre hygiene, and her new book, [...] by

Funny Boy Sings Heavy Metal for Joyelle McSweeney +++ at HTMLGIANT July 19, 2013: Video killed the review star or like, something, the bodybuilding routine of Melvin Antony (said Acker: “…the part of the ‘I’ that bodybuilds…was rejecting [...] by

Joyelle McSweeney on 8 Gothics June 13, 2013: At Big Other, John Madera talks to Joyelle McSweeney about her latest book from Tarpaulin Sky, Salamandrine: 8 Gothics. McSweeney’s hybrid text falls under the wonderful generic cross-roads of [...] by

Deterritorializations: Repetition, Stutter, Report (the first of two brief forays) May 1, 2013: The book is liquid dreams. Writing is stone. Writing is breath unheld. The book is air and underground passages. Where there is no water, but light is liquid. Where warm bodies gather. In translation [...] by

“Without–the power to die–”: Joyelle McSweeney Reading Emily Dickinson November 12, 2012: Head over to Montevidayo where Joyelle McSweeney engages Emily Dickinson’s poem 754 [My Life had stood — a Loaded Gun]. She starts her reading of this slippery poem by writing: In the past [...] by

Poets House Gets Kitschy October 16, 2012: It’s either awesomely avant or it’s kitsch… or kitsch is avant?… or avant is kitsch?… Well, if you’re confused too and in New York on October 20th, head over to [...] by

Joyelle McSweeney’s Percussion Grenade as ‘post Flarf ergo propter Flarf’ September 14, 2012: Joyelle McSweeney’s newest, Percussion Grenade (Fence 2012), has been reviewed over at the Tarpaulin Sky Press blog, with writer Erin Lyndal Martin noting its ambition: It is comprised of six [...] by