Nick Montfort

Nick Montfort develops computational art and poetry, often collaboratively, and studies creative computing of all sorts. He is professor of digital media at MIT. He lives in New York and Boston. Montfort earned a Ph.D. in computer and information science from the University of Pennsylvania, a Masters in creative writing (poetry) from Boston University, a […]

Edgar Oliver

Edgar Oliver is a writer and performer who has lived and worked in New York for many years.  He started out reading his poems and performing monologues at the Pyramid night club in the early 1980’s. From 1988 to 2001 he wrote and staged a series of autobiographical plays – premiering a new play almost […]

Christine Kuan

Christine Kuan is CEO of Sotheby’s Institute of Art and Director of Sotheby’s Institute of Art-New York. Prior to joining the Institute, Kuan was Chief Curator and Director of Strategic Partnerships at Artsy. She has also served as Chief Curatorial Officer at Artstor and Editor-in-Chief of Oxford Art Online/Grove Art Online at Oxford University Press. […]

Edward Hirsch

Edward Hirsch, a MacArthur Fellow, has published nine books of poems, including The Living Fire: New and Selected Poems (2010), which brings together thirty-five years of work. His book-length elegy, Gabriel: A Poem (2014), which The New Yorker calls “a masterpiece of sorrow,” won the National Jewish Book Award for poetry. He has also published […]

Chavisa Woods

Chavisa Woods is the author of three books of fiction: “Things to Do when You’re Goth in the Country” (short fiction, 224 pages) which is forthcoming from Seven Stories Press in May, 2017; “The Albino Album,” a novel, (550 pages) Seven Stories Press, 2013; and Love Does Not Make Me Gentle or Kind” full-length fiction […]

Edward Hirsch

Edward Hirsch, a MacArthur Fellow, has published nine books of poems, including The Living Fire: New and Selected Poems (2010), which brings together thirty-five years of work. His book-length elegy, Gabriel: A Poem (2014), which The New Yorker calls “a masterpiece of sorrow,” won the National Jewish Book Award for poetry. He has also published […]

G. Bostock

G. Bostock.  Born in Mexico City, currently works between London, Oslo and Mexico City.  The work of G. Bostock is a re-iterant exploration on these wound around the long poem.  The work sways between conceptual writing and critique of language’s conventions.  He is co-founder of Woodnote Editions, a platform for independent publishing.  His work consists […]

Eileen Myles

Eileen Myles is the author of nineteen books including I Must Be Living Twice: New & Selected Poems, and a reissue of Chelsea Girls, both from Ecco/Harper Collins. She is the recipient of a Guggenheim Fellowship, a Warhol/Creative Capital art writers’ grant, four Lambda Book Awards, the Shelley Prize from The PSA, a Creative Capital […]

David Levi Strauss

David Levi Strauss is the author of Words Not Spent Today Buy Smaller Images Tomorrow (Aperture, 2014), From Head to Hand: Art and the Manual (Oxford University Press, 2010), Between the Eyes: Essays on Photography and Politics, with an introduction by John Berger (Aperture 2003, and in a new edition, 2012), and Between Dog & […]