Beginning September 1, @sigliopress is tweeting an excerpt from the forthcoming Diary: How to Improve the World (You Will Only Make Matters Worse) by John Cage. We’ll tweet #JohnCageDiary each day until the publication date, October 27.
Female artists don’t just stay in their disciplines; we experience, we forage, we play. —Eileen Myles
“In Ruth’s collages, Seydel applied his combinatorial magic to debris from the street, forgotten photographs and faded scraps of paper, transforming earthly detritus into illuminated arrangements.”
The Improbable is a highly curated, monthly collection of short reviews written by booksellers about literary-visual hybrid books published by adventurous small presses across the country.
Utterly charming yet disarmingly rigorous, erotic, ecstatic, and always sublime, Dorothy Iannone’s image-texts are both the chronicle and the very substance of seduction, of love. —ARIANA REINES
“Dorothy Iannone is a pioneer whose work from the 1960s forward has opened out a space of exuberant, colorful transgression, mixing a canny sense of humor with the gravity of the erotic.” —Hilary Chute