Siglio Advocate 2017

For our most ardent fans & supporters


With our recent move from Los Angeles to the Hudson River Valley, Siglio has a renewed sense of urgency and focus, driven by its feminist ethos and its commitment to artists and writers who obey no boundaries, pay no fealty to trends and invite readers to see the world anew by reading word and image in provocative, unfamiliar ways.

Siglio’s three 2017 titles (two authored by women) not only resist categorical distinctions but also speak to the power of art to resist. Since its inception, Siglio has seen publishing itself as an act of resistance to the literal, the authoritarian and the facile (see the Siglio manifesto “On the Small and Contrary”). In their own distinctive ways these three books—in material as well as form—take a stand against oppression, disparity, the abuse (and idiocies) of power with imaginative and paradigm-subverting tactics.

Read more about our 2017 titles:

Cecilia Vicuña: About to Happen (April)

Anouck Durand: Eternal Friendship (October)

Vincent Sardon: The Stampographer (November)