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July 2009

Trickhouse features Heide Hatry, Heads and Tales

1 The “genotype” is her genetic constitution. The “phenotype” is the observable expression of the genotype as structural and bio-chemical traits. Genetic disease is extreme genetic change, against a background of normal vari-ability. Within the conventional unit we call subjectivity due to individual particulars, what is happening? She believes she …

Lisa Rappoport and Katherine Case Celebrate Letterpress

Join poets and letterpress printers Lisa Rappoport and Katherine Case for a celebration of the long tradition of letterpress-printed poetry. Katherine and Lisa will read from both older and newer work. Lisa has a new double chapbook published this year by EtherDome, “Figments” and “Aftermaths.” Letterpress broadsides created by the …

Notes on the experience of reading Humanimal.

-KSP guest blogger Jarvis Fosdick. I once operated a chai stand with Bhanu. Prior to reading I made these notes: Clouds thick in June breaking for July, finally the sky is clear so as to illuminate these pages for reading. In that prior dark mist I had seen photographs and …

Visible: A Femmethology

Sunday July 5th, 6:00 pm Femme- an identity that has caused controversy, celebration and ridicule- is now the topic of a two-volume set from Homofactus Press and editor Jennifer Clare Burke titled Visible: A Femmethology. Bay Area contributors Amy André, Sand Chang, Sherilyn Connelly, Kimberly Dark, Daphne Gottlieb, Alex Holding …