Winner of the 2020 Women’s Prose Prize + forthcoming from Red Hen Press in August 2022
A mother abandons her family in California to pursue a miracle cure in Munich. Once she gets there however, she wonders if she might have already died. Bedridden with a terminal diagnosis, memories, nurses, immoral doctors, foreign television broadcasts, and phone calls from children intrude upon her consciousness. An aloe plant called Madame Blavatsky is her primary companion.
A new series I have been working on with co-editor, Giovanni Aloi, from University of Minnesota Press is finally live! More information available here. Listen to interviews with Art after Nature authors: Art and Posthumanism with Cary Wolfe (Art after Nature Part 1); Eco… +
The following article was originally published by Hyperallergic in March 2022. Multimedia artist Sama Alshaibi consistently interrogates the female form as a nexus point for politics, histories, climate, and forced migrations. Her exhibition Four Series at Zane Bennett Gallery spans 15 years of artistic inquiry… +
The following article originally appeared in Hyperallergic in March 2022. ALBUQUERQUE — “I think of all prints as interior or psychological landscapes,” New Mexico-based artist Maja Ruznic writes. “These prints are perhaps my surrender to Shadow and my hope is that they will invite a similar kind… +