Creative Writing

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The Infinite Woman, an erasure poetry chapbook published by Greying Ghost in April 2021, in an edition of 75 hand-numbered saddle stitch copies with archival inks, now in its 2nd printing as of October 2021. Available at Greying Ghost and Charis Books. “An absolutely brilliant erasure project that is as much a living, breathing language-sculpture as it is a provocative reexamination of translation as an art form.” — Carl Annarummo, editor

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The Infinite Woman, a digital poetry platform developed by a team of Georgia Tech computer science students (Alayna Panlilio, Ryan Power, Josh Terry, Alex Yang, and Jeffrey Zhang) with my creative direction in 2019. Selected for the Electronic Literature Organization’s Electronic Literature Collection, Vol. 4 (2021); ELO’s virtual art exhibition (un)continuity (2020); and The Digital Review‘s “Critical Making, Critical Design” issue (2021). View a video demo here.

Seal Woman Ronald Lockley

Excerpt from SEAL/WOMAN (“Seal-Woman,” “Song of the Sea,” “Silence”) in FENCE (Hudson, NY), September 2021

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Clementine” in Sporklet (Tucson, AZ), Issue 14, October 2020

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Glass Tongued Snake” in ALL (Arts + Literature Laboratory) Review, “How to Live: A Poem-a-Day Series for National Poetry Month” (Madison, WI), April 2020

Imagined Theatres“A Plastic Theatre” in Imagined Theatres (Amherst, MA), Issue 3, August 2019 + critical response to my work by Lisa Woynarski

NightBlock Queer Climate - Andrew CataneseExcerpt from SEAL/WOMAN (“The Wilderness,” “Choked,” “The Shining Surface”) in NightBlock (Philadelphia, PA), Edition 12: Queer Climate e-book, p. 41-47, June 2019

Seal Woman Ronald LockleyExcerpt from SEAL/WOMAN (“The Winter,” “Summer,” “Men were everywhere”) in Guttural (Canterbury, England), Issue 3, February 2019

Datableed“The Moon Appears Upon the Stage” and “Glass Tongued Snake” in Datableed (Canterbury, England), Issue 11, February 2019

Yes Femmes Bush Bronte “From Bush to Brontë and Back Again: The Most Wuthering Heights Day Ever” in Yes Femmes (Los Angeles, CA), Issue 2, June 2018

fog“Chanting at the Crystal Salton Sea,” “Alice in stitches a vague fugue,” and “The Infinite Woman (Prologue)” in La Vague (San Diego, CA), Issue 9, October 2017

IMG_20170620_190218245 The Infinite Woman, broadside designed and printed by Oxeye Press (Madison, WI), June 2017. Edition of 30, hand-numbered and signed. Held in UW-Madison Memorial Library’s Special Collections.

“Hostage” in Vector Press (Pittsburgh, PA), Issue VI, April 2017

“The Attic” in Word For/Word (Weston, WV), Vol. 28, Fall 2016

3567927396-e8894e3fd3-o “She awoke at once” in Nat. Brut (Dallas, TX), August 2016

Schaag image “Soliloquy” and “Chicago, 2005” in ÖMËGÄ, Metatron (Montreal, Quebec), December 2015

rcr09_coverpic “Nineteen One Act Plays About Forgetting” and “Images for a Film” in Rabbit Catastrophe Review #9, Rabbit Catastrophe Press (Lexington, KY), February 2015

INDEX3-promo-cover “Osmium, Tungsten, Dionaea, Lavandula” (performance documentation) in Emergency INDEX Vol. 3 2013Ugly Duckling Presse (Brooklyn, NY), December 2014

livelectureimage3 “The landscape cracks and I sink into a nameless current” (video-poem) in Requited Journal #6 (Chicago, IL), January 2012

PICT5565 “Lady in Red: The Performance and Liberation of Desire in Dana Rotberg’s Angel of Fire” (graphic essay/artist’s book) in Digital Salon (Madison, WI), April 2010