These are the books I read in 2022.
Maddie has four paintings on view at the group exhibition Scenes, etc. at AD Gallery (19 Monroe street).
In this post I talk about some of the motives and methods behind the website I recently put online, www.litevents.nyc.
Summed up, I read thirty-two books cover to cover in 2021.
Views of Canal Street Research Association’s last day at 327 Canal and a reading of John Giorno’s CUM.
14 excerpts from Tan Lin’s Seven Controlled Vocabularies and Obituary 2004. The Joy of Cooking
Thoughts and gallery views, Harold Ancart: Traveling Light (David Zwirner Oct. ’20). The brilliant Madeleine Braun, Ancart’s studio manager, assisted in mounting this exhibition.
Snowshoeing near Troy, February ’21.
My dad did two stints as a DJ at California’s premiere jazz FM, KJAZ, in the early and mid-70s. I got him on record about his time there and one of his favorite albums, Waltz for Debby.
A videopoem that Garrett Rosenblum and I collaborated on, “Shaker Mill Pond,” will premiere as part of the Poetry Project’s annual marathon.