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Kate Zambreno’s Faves of 2013 December 6, 2013: As the march of the best books of 2013 chugs along, we pause to take a look at what Kate Zambreno has found exciting in the literary field of 2013. At Vol. 1 Brooklyn Zambreno mentions many great works of fiction, signalling Danielle Dutton, Amina Cain, and Renee Gladman as "three of the most exciting and subtle innovators in contemporary [...] by

Not TMI: Kate Zambreno’s Kafka Essay July 9, 2013: Kate Zambreno has written about depression as passivity, dying on the Internet, and a scroll of like-minded helpings for those of us who write at her blog Frances Farmer Is My Sister. It's an untimid read, braced by Kafka's birthday last week. An excerpt: I know because it is the summer and I am not working, haven't worked for some [...] by

In Conversation: Kate Durbin & Kate Zambreno Trust Their Art July 11, 2012: Over at the newish HER KIND, (recently talked about here) our favorite Kates (sorry, whoever we are forgetting for purposes of writing about this) "channel the howl." Kate Durbin and Kate Zambreno talk about the MFA v. PhD for job-seeking (how about organic salmon farming? no?); Durbin's writing about The Hills (not to be confused with Hills, [...] by

Performance and Narrative: Craft Notes April 10, 2011: Last night, in the Dikeou Gallery in Denver, as part of the launch for TITMOUSE magazine, I gave, towards the end of the evening --  a performance, that built in me: :as I sat in my chair. Built. Until it became impossible to consider reading from the Belladonna chapbook of a book, a "poem-essay" (not yet written): BAN.  Instead, I did [...] by