Monday, October 31, 2011

Unnameable Books

Please come say hello on Friday, November 4th. Info below:

Place: Unnameable Books, 600 Vanderbilt, Brooklyn

Time: 7PM

The Corresponding Society is thrilled to launch the !How Now! chapbook series! Feast your senses on the wild morels and wonderful whirlpools issuing from Trinie Dalton’s ("Escape Mushroom Style") and Popahna Brandes' (“The Sea In Me/The Riddle We Heard”) rich and dreamy fiction. And don't forget to cozy up with Chanelle Bergeron's fresh herbal lyric, "Litttle Breather." Each of these three new works are encrusted with gems, musical bridges, hidden doors, and mysterious outcomes -- don’t you want to know more?

The books are brightly colored and beautifully pressed; pocketsized and available for sale; so please stop in for readings, red wine, homebrew, and moontalk. TCS will also be introducing Robert Snyderman's imprint, Urgent Series, featuring a reading from "correspondent" Lonely Christopher and Snyderman himself, plus, perhaps, a brief but engaging word on the metaphysical implications of Urgent!

Please, come! It should be fun. We haven't done this in a while, and it might be a while more before we gather again!


Trinie Dalton's books include Wide Eyed (Akashic), Dear New Girl or Whatever Your Name Is (McSweeney's: co-edited with Eli Horowitz and Lisa Wagner), Mythtym (Picturebox), and Sweet Tomb (Madras Press). Dalton's next story collection, Baby Geisha, is forthcoming this winter (Two Dollar Radio). She teaches fiction and critical writing at USC, Art Center College of Design, SVA and Vermont College of Fine Arts.

Popahna Brandes' fiction, translation, film, and music have appeared in The Encyclopedia Project, Pocket Myths, Tarpaulin Sky, and Ein Magazin ├╝ber Orte.

The Sad Drag Monologues

Risograph edition now for sale at:

Sunday, October 23, 2011

Saturday, October 22, 2011

ANATHEMA release



Please come celebrate



205 Mulberry Street, NYC

Thursday, 10.27.2011, 6-9pm

Exhibition of works by Mariah Robertson, Andrew Kuo, Peter Coffin, Michael Itkoff, Annabel Mehran, Peter Sutherland and Timothy Marvel Hull.

A journal of art, photography and writing, ANATHEMA would not be possible without our wonderful contributors:

Mariah Robertson (Greater New York at PS1) / Daniel Wagner (The Kingsboro Press) / Aurel Schmidt (2010 Whitney Biennial) / Michael Schmelling (ATL from Chronicle Books) / Starlee Kine (This American Life and The Thing) / Matthew Stone (Optimism as Cultural Rebellion) / Andrew Kuo (What Me Worry from DAP) / Peter Coffin (Public Art Fund) / Christian Jankowski (Regen Projects) / Mike Brodie (The Polaroid Kid) / Trinie Dalton (Mythtym from Picturebox) / Panda Bear (Paw Tracks) / Peter Sutherland (Smoke Bath from Seems) / Bill Callahan (Drag City) / Annabel Mehran (Purple) / Dan Bejar (Destroyer) / Dmitri Siegel (Green Patriot Posters) / Michael Itkoff (Daylight magazine) / Craig Damrauer (New Math) / Chris Mottalini (Pin Up) / Suzanne Snider (True Story) / Caleb Seavey (Donkeyclaw) / Ed Morris (The Canary Project) / Timothy Hull (Friday Notes).

Please find ANATHEMA at the following locations:

New York - Whitney Museum of American Art, New Museum of Contemporary Art, PS1, Opening Ceremony, Bookmarc, Printed Matter, McNally Robinson, Partners & Spade, Dexter Sinister, OHWOW, Spoonbill & Sugartown, Book Thug Nation, Mast Books, Clic, Project No. 8. Los Angeles - Opening Ceremony, Family, Ooga Booga, Museum of Contemporary Art. San Francisco - General Store, William Stout. Chicago - Golden Age, Quimby's. London - Tate Modern, Institute of Contemporary Art, Donlon, Claire de Rouen. Paris - Colette, OFR, Palais du Tokyo. Berlin - Do You Read Me?, Motto, Wood Wood. Amsterdam - FOAM. Tokyo - Gallery Target, Vacant, Utrecht.