One Thing In One World by Billy Malanga There’s a voice that gets pulled through the screen door, on a late afternoon breeze as I sip my wine. It retells […]
Art Review by Gessy Alvarez Carol Rama: Antibodies The New Museum 235 Bowery New York, NY 10002 Through September 10, 2017 I’ve always been attracted to the “outsider” female artists. These women […]
Digging Through with Gessy Alvarez the podcast is 4 episodes old, y’all!
Digging Through with Gessy Alvarez Episode 2 – Welcome to Digging Through with Gessy Alvarez. In this episode, I talk about 4th of July, my obsession with art post-election, the artistic oasis that is Printed Matter in NYC, and the incomparable Sophie Calle.
Digging Through with Gessy Alvarez – Podcast No. 1
Hello, every loving one of you. We just recorded our first podcast. Listen to our editor, Gessy Alvarez muse about her hate of small talk and love of dog years.
We introduced Digging Through The Fat to a lovely crowd of literary lovers at the beautiful New York Society Library. Tobias Carroll, Lauren Hilger, and Bud Smith all gave stellar readings. I was overwhelmed with the response we received for the journal and for these amazing people’s words. Thank you so much to Carolyn Waters, Head Librarian at The New York Society Library for inviting Digging to participate. Much love to Guernica, especially publisher, Katherine Rowland, editors: Raluca Albu and Meara Sharma, and Guernica’s special guests: Carmen Maria Machado and Ann Neumann. It was a great night for all involved.
Art Review No. 1 – Adrian Ghenie: On a mild Thursday night in January, I stroll in and out of a number of gallery openings. After a few sporadic visits through the galleries still holding on to their about-to-sky-rocket-rental-spaces, I wander into the Pace Gallery on West 25th Street to view twelve new paintings and five collages by Romanian artist Adrian Ghenie.
Poetry No. 17 – Dried Up Things by Lynne McEniry
Poetry No. 16 – Abortion Clinic, West Texas by Bruce Lowry
Poetry No. 15 – Avoiding Mile 16 and Trickle Effect by L.B. Sedlacek