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James Reich Dreamily Reviews Dodie Bellamy’s When the Sick Rule the World September 16, 2015: Hello: At The Rumpus, an amazing review of Dodie Bellamy’s newest book, When The Sick Rule The World, a “moving meld of essay, memoir, and story,” as it is told at Semiotext(e). [...] by

New Books by Dodie Bellamy & Eileen Myles Reviewed in Beautiful Essay at Bookforum September 2, 2015: You know it’s a good day when Dodie Bellamy and Eileen Myles are discussed in Bookforum! Lidija Haas looks at Bellamy’s newest essay collection, When the Sick Rule the World [...] by

An Essay on Kathy Acker & McKenzie Wark’s I’m Very Into You March 16, 2015: An essay about Kathy Acker and McKenzie Wark’s correspondence is up at Full Stop. Just out, I’m Very Into You (Semiotext(e) 2015) tracks a “heated e-mail correspondence” [...] 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

The Dystopic Prophecy of Poetry & Other Notes on Franco Berardi at Entropy July 15, 2014: Brett Zehner sketches some solid notes for Entropy about Franco “Bifo” Berardi’s Semiotext(e) Interventions series book, The Uprising: On Poetry and Finance, which those of you [...] by

Lacking Any Avant-Garde? A Review of Franco Berardi’s The Uprising: On Poetry and Finance September 16, 2013: We posted the audio not too long ago from a Franco “Bifo” Berardi talk at Pratt Institute on his book The Uprising: Poetry and Finance (Semiotext(e) 2012), which considers poetry as a [...] by

I Love Poets: An Interview with Chris Kraus (Part II) July 31, 2013: This is the second part of an email exchange I recently ┬áconducted with Chris Kraus. Read part one here. NT: Earlier in our interview, you wrote, “It’s the kind of writing that could no [...] by