Wednesday, May 06, 2009

a bone or bone saw

“I’m developing an aesthetic theory which I’m calling the Gurlesque (I’ll explain why a bit later), a theory which emerged organically from my reading a steady stream of books by women poets published in the last several years: women who, like myself, were raised during the feminist movement of the 1960s and 70s.”

"On the Gurlesque"
by Arielle Greenberg


Carolyn Salas
earned an MFA in Sculpture at CUNY Hunter College:



A brother, a father, a mother, a sister.

A family, to begin with.

A family, whatever that is."

"An Index of How Our Family Was Killed"
by Matt Bell


Christopher Charlie Isoe
lives and works in Berlin: