A review of Inga Muscio’s Autobiography of a Blue-Eyed Devil: My Life and Times in a Racist, Imperialist Society. Kathi Acker’s, \”I was unspeakable, so I ran into the language of others,\” takes on new meaning when I think about stealing, borrowing, and remaking into my own what this author has put forth. Now that Blue-Eyed Devil has been reprinted for us to pass down to our children and adolescents, who I believe to be the true target audience for her urgent and ironic voice, Inga is planning on taking our breath away by writing fiction.
On Friday, June 13th from 5 – 7 pm we will be celebrating the launch of our Spring 2014 issue with a reading at Glyph Cafe & Arts Space. Come join us for another fantastic night of words! Spectacular wordsmiths who will be reading their work include: Robert Duncan Gray Joanna Rose Sophia Pfaff Shamilyev Magdalen Powers Robert Lashley When:… Read more →