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On Mentorship January 31, 2017: Over the past six years, I’ve devoted a lot of time to mentorship programs, participating in one as a mentor (Queer Art Mentorship), and creating and sustaining one as an Executive Director [...] by

Etel Adnan, Suzanne Buffam & More Chosen for New York Times’s Best Poetry of 2016 December 23, 2016: David Orr has picked his favorite books of poetry from 2016 for the New York Times. “Here are 10 poetry collections published in 2016 that do the art form proud, even if none of their authors [...] by

Specters of Reason in Etel Adnan’s Night October 17, 2016: At Hyperallergic, Matt Turner sheds some light on Etel Adnan’s latest collection of poetry, Night (Nightboat Books 2016). Turner finds Night to be “in equal measure a series of [...] by

An Emotional Reference Point: Etel Adnan’s Survey Show at Serpentine September 12, 2016: “Her paintings evoke sheer joy, their style unpretentious, not naive but innocent, at odds with her poetry and writings that bear witness to the violence of the world,” writes Maria [...] by

Writers, Artists, and Curators Respond to Frieze’s Call for Opinion on Upcoming EU Referendum June 21, 2016: Jennifer Higgie at Frieze asked a large jumble of artists, writers, directors, and curators to weigh in on the upcoming EU referendum. Her opening question: On 23 June the UK will vote either to [...] by

International (Working) Women’s Day Is Giving Us A LOT to Read March 8, 2016: In honor of International Women’s Day–or what was originally called International Working Women’s Day—Literary Hub asked the staff at VIDA to tell them about the books that [...] by

7 TYPES OF TRAMBIGUITY October 30, 2015: Paris, France Part 2: On Transparency In Paris When It’s Naked, Etel Adnan writes: “And then, look at Paris, do it in your imagination if your eyes can’t find it, and see what a solid mass of a [...] by

Different Movements of Bodies in the City October 5, 2015: Paris, France Part 1: On Opacity “In the memory of a woman there is always the memory of several others, as if to be woman and to be memory were one and the same thing.” – Etel Adnan, Of [...] by

Call and Response: The Gifts of Women Poets (Part 1) August 25, 2015: “When we speak we are afraid our words will not be heard or welcomed. But when we are silent, we are still afraid. So it is better to speak.” —Audre Lorde While I am very much a fan of recovery [...] by

Notes for National Corpse Month, Part Six April 30, 2015: I became the corpse, because—and then, it floats away again. —Alice Notley, In the Pines recall, translucent and disposable, the remaining corpses. —Roberto Tejada, Lost Continent And one day [...] by