Welcome to The Improbable, a review of unusual, hybrid books

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.

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Dorothy Iannone at Printed Matter’s LA Art Book Fair 2015

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

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Dorothy Iannone Featured at Printed Matter’s NY Art Book Fair

“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

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We’re thrilled to release six new titles this year in addition to the twelve on our backlist. We’re continuing our enthusiastic advocacy for artists like Robert Seydel, Dorothy Iannone and Richard Kraft as well as publishing two books by an artist with an immense influence over Siglio: Ray Johnson!

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Siglio titles illuminate two fascinating new exhibitions

The Encyclopedic Palace, an exhibition at the Venice Biennale features 36 Tantric paintings, and “An Opening of the Field: Jess, Robert Duncan, and their Circle,” co-curated by Michael Duncan, has opened at the Crocker Museum in Sacramento.

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karen green bough down collage

Extraordinary Praise for Bough Down by Karen Green

  A wholly original evocation of love and loss, artist and writer Karen Green’s Bough Down has earned a passionate following of readers and critics alike for its emotional honesty, […]

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