Interviews

Tantra Song: The uncanny resonance with 20th century art

Lauren O’Neill-Butler interviews Franck André Jamme at THE PARIS REVIEW DAILY: “After painting, one is to meditate with these to finally make the divinity appear. It’s an egoless practice”

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Between Page and Screen: Reading revolutionized (Salon.com)

In Buzz Poole’s interview with Amaranth Borsuk and Brad Bouse, the conversation examines influences: Cendrars, H.D., Dieter Roth, Emmett Williams, et al

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Design as an act of translation

Richard Goldstein interviews Siglio book designer Natalie Kraft on the BOMBlog about translating Spero’s large-scale, epic Torture of Women to the intimate space of the book.

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On What Fiction Can Do: Danielle Dutton Interviewed

Interviews with the author of SPRAWL in Bomb, HTML Giant, Like Starlings, and with Siglio.

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“The reader plays an essential role in making the book happen”

David Shook at MOLOSSUS interviews Amaranth Borsuk, the author/artist behind Between Page and Screen.

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“Is there such a thing as a common world art?”

Rob Leeming talks with Tantra Song’s Franck André Jamme in PORT MAGAZINE.

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