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My Poetry Picks for 2013 December 11, 2013: 1. Stephanie Barber, Night Moves (Publishing Genius Press) A transcription (copy & paste, more accurately) of the YouTube comment stream for Bob Seger’s famous 1976 song. Somewhere between conceptualism and old-fashioned found poetry, this book’s deft authorlessness frames a content-rich sweet spot. An excerpt: The 60,s from Nam [...] by

Rachael Rakes Reviews Stephanie Barber’s First Feature, Daredevils November 7, 2013: Poet, performer, and filmmaker Stephanie Barber has made her first feature-length film, Daredevils, which premiered recently at the New York Film Festival. Rachael Rakes has reviewed it for The Brooklyn Rail: The film is an "expanded space [that] becomes a repository for ideas for and about art, and for observations on interaction and [...] by

‘Is There a Masculine Genius?’ Three New Conceptual Works Reviewed by Blake Butler July 1, 2013: At Vice, Blake Butler looks at conceptual writing with the help of three new books he's taken pleasure in: Vanessa Place's Boycott (Ugly Duckling Presse), Kenneth Goldsmith's Seven American Deaths and Disasters (Random House), and Stephanie Barber's Night Moves (Publishing Genius). Butler's feeling on this type of work in general: As [...] by

A Film a Day for Sondheim Prize Finalist Stephanie Barber at the Baltimore Museum of Art July 8, 2011: HTMLGIANT points us to Stephanie Barber in her studio in a museum. The poet, artist and filmmaker is in residence at the Baltimore Museum of Art (she's been there since June 25 and will continue her performance/installation until August 7), making films at a faster clip than usual and in conjunction with the Sondheim Artscape Prize. The Baltimore [...] by