Monthly Archives: December 2011

Vaclav Havel (1936-2011)

“A great fighter for the freedom of nations and for democracy has died…  His outstanding voice of wisdom will be missed in Europe, which is going through a serious crisis. I am praying for the peace of his soul.” Solidarity

Vaclav Havel (1936-2011)

“A great fighter for the freedom of nations and for democracy has died…  His outstanding voice of wisdom will be missed in Europe, which is going through a serious crisis. I am praying for the peace of his soul.” Solidarity

Reverend Feedback at LPB

“Vincent Farnsworth makes the cacophony of the band-rehearsal next door into a manual for gracefully aging…” Andrei Codrescu / “Brute sage of destiny…” Tom Clark. Farnsworth aka Reverend Feedback, frontman for the cult band Blaq Mummy, recently published his selected

Reverend Feedback at LPB

“Vincent Farnsworth makes the cacophony of the band-rehearsal next door into a manual for gracefully aging…” Andrei Codrescu / “Brute sage of destiny…” Tom Clark. Farnsworth aka Reverend Feedback, frontman for the cult band Blaq Mummy, recently published his selected

Cartographies of the in-between

Pierre Joris’s work is known to many and in many guises, but nevertheless seems to slip through the nets of American, British, French, North African, Luxemburgish and German secondary literature. Long overdue, PIERRE JORIS – CARTOGRAPHIES OF THE IN-BETWEEN edited

Cartographies of the in-between

Pierre Joris’s work is known to many and in many guises, but nevertheless seems to slip through the nets of American, British, French, North African, Luxemburgish and German secondary literature. Long overdue, PIERRE JORIS – CARTOGRAPHIES OF THE IN-BETWEEN edited

VLAK 2

David Hayman, Vincent Katz, Philippe Sollers, Niall Lucy, Alice Notley, Emmanuelle Pireyre, Jeroen Nieuwland, Holly Tavel, John Kinsella, Urs Jaeggi, Louis Armand, Adam Trachtman, Leïla Sebbar, Dorra Chammam, Moncef Gachem, Jane Lewty, Stephan Delbos, Ali Daghman, Mehdi Mahfoudh, Dawn Fowler,

VLAK 2

David Hayman, Vincent Katz, Philippe Sollers, Niall Lucy, Alice Notley, Emmanuelle Pireyre, Jeroen Nieuwland, Holly Tavel, John Kinsella, Urs Jaeggi, Louis Armand, Adam Trachtman, Leïla Sebbar, Dorra Chammam, Moncef Gachem, Jane Lewty, Stephan Delbos, Ali Daghman, Mehdi Mahfoudh, Dawn Fowler,

In Memoriam

VLAK mourns the death of ALI DAGHMAN, killed in the city of Hama, Syria, on the 15th of August, 2011. His essay on power and native resistance, published in VLAK 2, can be read at issuu.com/litteraria. Ali was an intellectually

In Memoriam

VLAK mourns the death of ALI DAGHMAN, killed in the city of Hama, Syria, on the 15th of August, 2011. His essay on power and native resistance, published in VLAK 2, can be read at issuu.com/litteraria. Ali was an intellectually

VLAK in London

VLAK hosted a launch party on 10 November, at CARNIVALE, 2 White Church Lane, London E1 7 QR. The event included readings by Louis Armand, Sean Bonney, Andrea Brady, Vincent Dachy, Amy De’Ath, Thor Garcia, Stephen Mooney, Andrew Nightingale, Holly

VLAK in London

VLAK hosted a launch party on 10 November, at CARNIVALE, 2 White Church Lane, London E1 7 QR. The event included readings by Louis Armand, Sean Bonney, Andrea Brady, Vincent Dachy, Amy De’Ath, Thor Garcia, Stephen Mooney, Andrew Nightingale, Holly

What are tomorrow’s questions?

“What is lost in abstraction? What is signified by a long work? By a serial work? What are its limitations? How might multiple voices reflect reality? Infect reality? And how sustain such a work? How does the world enter the

What are tomorrow’s questions?

“What is lost in abstraction? What is signified by a long work? By a serial work? What are its limitations? How might multiple voices reflect reality? Infect reality? And how sustain such a work? How does the world enter the