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Kevin Killian on Rene Ricard, Monstre Sacre, in San Francisco November 27, 2012: Kevin Killian writes for SFMOMA's Open Space about New York poet and artist Rene Ricard ("a semi-secret hero of American art and culture," as VICE wrote about him last year); the idea is to bring Ricard's work to a San Francisco audience, which the Highlight Gallery has done with its new show New Paintings. Oh and btw, if you live in Brooklyn [...] by

Kevin Killian’s Wet Paint, Jay DeFeo’s Retrospective November 8, 2012: Wow, folks in SF are pretty lucky. Tonight, not only can you check out Kevin Killian's Wet Paint, but the Jay DeFeo retrospective is also happening. And it's all under the roof of the SF MoMA! A little bit about the play: THEY INVENTED A NEW KIND OF ART...AND A NEW KIND OF SEX TO GO WITH IT! Killian's Wet Paint tells the story of Jay [...] by

Wayne Koestenbaum, Kevin Killian to Show at White Columns October 26, 2012: Poet, writer, prof, wonder Wayne Koestenbaum is also a painter! Bookforum's Paper Trail reports: This month, the New York gallery White Columns will show about fifty of Koestenbaum’s artworks, including “some brightly colored self-portraits and a smattering of male nudes.” Speaking to the Observer, Koestenbaum said he paints [...] by

Kevin Killian on the Geographic Wa/onderings of the Bay Area October 18, 2012: Over at the SF Bay Guardian, our friend Kevin Killian (sidenote: you can find a new review of Killian's 1997 novel Arctic Summer right here; and of course, support the newest, and Publication Studio, by checking out Spreadeagle) writes beautifully about the concept of "pallaksch" and the legacy of the late geographer Neil Smith. Interestingly, [...] by

Dennis Cooper Spotlights Kevin Killian’s New Spreadeagle May 10, 2012: Rad: Dennis Cooper put a spotlight on "New Narrative pioneer" Kevin Killian's new (but two decades in the making) novel, Spreadeagle (Publication Studio 2012) on his blog. About the book: Skating nimbly over the vast surface of pop history through a forest of movie stars, pop sensation, and dazzling social technologies, Killian undoes [...] by

Poets’ Theater open to interpretation December 2, 2010: TimeOut Chicago's John Beer talks to Kenning Editions publisher Patrick Durgin about The Kenning Anthology of Poets Theater, 1945–1985 released in January and edited by Kevin Killian and David Brazil. Beer points to the early days of theater, in which the idea of "poets' theater" may have seemed redundant. The modern theater, however, [...] by