Posts Categorized: US

Suspended (of) the formal capacity to sample and thereby preserve such samples according to the conditions from which they appeared

If the functional capacity of an extant factor to apprehend extant x is intrinsically suspended, and the factor thereby ‘subsists’ as inexistent (i.e. neutral) for (albeit intrinsic to) any structure which determines x, then the capacity for that inexistent to support such x remains unaffordable. Thus, e.g. x cannot support the iteration of p, q,…

Matthew Fee

Matthew Fee has studied at the University of Utah and at the University of Cambridge. He is the author of two books, Genesis (Gauss PDF, 2013), and Instructions for Lightning Avoidance (Gauss PDF, 2014). He currently lives in Salt Lake City.

Brendan R. Bercik

Brendan R. Bercik works at the intersections of live art and technology in Philadelphia. He is the Summer 2014 Curatorial Fellow of Live Cinema at The Philadelphia Museum of Art, Department of Contemporary Art. He currently works as Technical Director for the Project Arts production of Avenue Q at The Rotunda. He has also worked… Read more »

Kit Schlüter

Kit Schluter is a writer and translator living in Providence, RI.

Maeve Nolan

Maeve Nolan is a writer and poetry student living in New York. She is the current Editor-in-Chief of NYU’s undergraduate literary journal, West 10th.

TO TRACE A CRICLE IN THE INTERIOR OF WHICH WOULD COME TO BE INSCRIBED THE OUTSIDE OF EVERY CIRCLE

From the submission: “It is in two parts, this book. The first is literally a rewriting of Emerson’s essay “History.” It stands juxtaposed with panels taken from a text for teaching conversational English—examining any variety of everyday circumstances. The second borrows images from a visual encyclopedia—while gleaning language of ideology (demarcated by complete capitalization) from… Read more »

Spiritual Education

Two unlikely lovers realize the true meaning of life. The contents of each chapter are composed from words found within the name of the chapter.

Tray Drumhann

Tray Drumhann is an artist, photographer and poet whose work has appeared in such publications as VLAK; The Round: A Literary Journal Based At Brown University; 3:AM Magazine; Ars Medica: A Journal of Medicine, the Arts and Humanities; Rune: The MIT Journal of Arts and Letters; Western Humanities Review; and  Rampike and Surgam: The Literary Magazine of the Philolexian Society, Columbia… Read more »