Provisional Avant-Gardes: Little Magazine Communities from Dada to Digital (Stanford University Press, 2019).
My Little Enlightenment: A Lecture Performance is an artist book of a lecture performance on 18th-century philosophers in dressing gowns, formal difficulty, inclusion and hospitality; queer utopia; the practice of salons and female salonnieres, paper tigers, obscurity, Denis Diderot, Cocteau, Gertrude Stein, star-gazing, poetry and bugs under the microscope, rewritten history, cartouches, excess, and ornament. Published by Other Forms and designed by Jack Henrie Fisher. Order here.
Subsisters: Selected Poems (Belladonna*, 2017)
[full-length translation of poems and prose by Uljana Wolf]
(as editor) The Blind Man (Ugly Duckling Presse, 2017)
This is a facsimile reprint of The Blind Man 1 & 2 and rongwrong, in a boxed set, with an introductory essay, translations by Elizabeth Zuba, Beatrice Wood’s poster for The Blind Man’s Ball, and a fold-out of Man Ray’s Ridgefield Gazook. Review on Hyperallergic.
i mean i dislike that fate that i was made to where (Wonder, 2015), a translation from the German of Uljana Wolf
Fantasias in Counting (BlazeVOX Books, 2014)
Currently & Emotion, ed. by Sophie Collins (Test Centre, 2016), listed as one of TLS’s Books of the Year: this experimental translation anthology includes my translation of Uljana Wolf’s ‘Annalogue on Oranges’
My Little Enlightenment Plays
A series of three keenly unfaithful ‘translations’ of—or star-gazing conversations with—some Enlightenment tragedies, pseudo-scientific writings, and philosophical treatises by Friedrich Schiller, Denis Diderot, Margaret Cavendish, Bernar Fontenelle, Goethe, Lessing, Gellert, Olympe de Gouges, among others. I was interviewed about the project for 3:AM. The second piece, Les Bijoux Indiscrets, or, Paper Tigers, was published by Gauss PDF in June 2017. An extract from Emilia Galotti’s Colouring Book of Feelings appeared in Feminist Temporalities.
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12 Steps (Cambridge: Wide Range, 2012)
Aesthetic Failings, or A Dialogue, with Anna Moser, part of a collaborative two-year project.
- Review of Meat on the Galatea Resurrects blog, online (Mar 2018).
- Review of Les Bijoux Indiscrets, or, Paper Tigers in Hix Eros 8 reviewed by Sophie Mayer (Mar 2018), pp. 56-59 of the PDF.
- Review of Subsisters in Boston Review (January 2018).
- Review of Meat, in Tripwire 13: Dialogues, pp. 141-144 of the PDF.
- Review of Subsisters: Selected Poems, by Mónica de la Torre, at Harriet.
- Review of Meat: Joseph Persad, ‘deeply clueless: consuming Sophie Seita’s Meat’, Tears in the Fence, 65 (Winter/Spring 2017).
- Review of Meat by Sarah Hayden, published in Hix Eros 7 (Aug 2016).
- Nice shout-out from the wonderful Susan Bernofsky about my translations over at fanzine.
- Review of i mean i dislike that fate that i was made to where by Joshua Daniel Edwin, Music & Literature (January 2016).
- Review of i mean i dislike that fate that i was made to where, Publisher’s Weekly (Jan 2016).
- i mean is listed as one of the 50 best books published in 2015, reviewed on Flavorwire.
- Review of Fantasias in Counting, by Ian Brinton, for Tears in the Fence (May 2015).
- Review of Fantasias in Counting, by Kristina Marie Darling, for Bookslut (June 2014): http://www.bookslut.com/poetry/2014_06_020690.php
- Review of ‘Quick Second—No Replacements’, by Michael Tencer on No Prizes #1 & #2’ in Hix Eros, 5 (September 2014), pp. 28-40.
- Review by David Grundy of a reading and magazine launch (February 2012): http://streamsofexpression.blogspot.com/2012/02/one-star-launch-cambridge-25th-february.html