Convolution is an annual journal of experimental criticism which specializes in the fragmentary, the interdisciplinary, the visual, the unpublishable and the miscellaneous. Join us for a discussion to celebrate the release of No. 2 with seven contributors and co-editor Paul Stephens.
In No. 2, Monica de la Torre examines the work of Mexican conceptualist Ulises Carrion; Tan Lin and Diana Kingsley collaborate on a 96-page full-color supplement; Trisha Low explores the cultural history of the Hello Kitty band-aid; Rodrigo Toscano enjoins "avant-mariachis" to "occupy the page"; and Tim Wood performs a riveting critique of a three-word Aram Saroyan poem.
Other contributors include Michael Baers, Derek Beaulieu, Sylwia Chrostowska, Natalie Czech, Michael Golston, Robert Grenier, James Hoff and Danny Snelson, Joseph Jonghyun Jeon, David Levine, Simon Morris, Steve Pollen, Ana Ramirez and Bill Scott, Ramsey Scott, Ethan Spigland, Jenelle Troxell, and We Have Photoshop.
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