Reviews

Dick Higgins reviewed in Bookforum: “An unruly guide to publishing & preserving one’s cultural present”

Brian Dillon writes at Bookforum: ““The force of Dick Higgins’ personality, the sheer intellectual & organizational energy in evidence here, the insights into Fluxus—all make this an essential volume.”

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Dick Higgins reviewed in the Times Literary Supplement: “Betweenness”

Craig Dworkin writes at the TLS: “Betweenness is central to Higgins’s interest in the ‘intermedia’ bordering traditional disciplines.”

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Mirtha Dermisache: Selected Writings wins 50 Best Covers award from AIGA

This is the second Siglio title to receive this prestigious award from AIGA.

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Dick Higgins: Directing Fluxus’ “oppositional energy and playful anarchy toward the unlikely medium of print”

James Gibbons writes in HYPERALLERGIC: “This volume imparts a nuanced sense of a man who . . . made a sustained and messy effort to create a worldly space for a certain kind of art, performance, and writing—and life.”

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Frail Sister reviewed at The Paris Review Daily: “Symphonies in Matchboxes”

Yevgeniya Traps writes on THE PARIS REVIEW DAILY: “Juxtaposing words and images, Green makes texts that are elliptical, resonant, impervious to description. They are poetic vitrines. They are exotic butterflies pinned to vellum. They are symphonies in matchboxes.”

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The Rumpus interviews Siglio publisher Lisa Pearson

Lisa Mecham interview Siglio publisher Lisa Pearson for THE RUMPUS about Siglio’s mission statement and what the 10th anniversary means to the press,

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