Issue 3.28

Winter 2016

Issue 3.28 (Winter 2016) is an open issue that coheres around chance-based art practices, the politics and aesthetics of queerness, documentary poetics, DIY print culture, and bubbles! It features artwork by Meryl McMaster, Candice Lin, and Joren Eulalee; interviews with new-music composer Marek Poliks and art-book publisher Jo Cook (of Perro Verlag press on Mayne Island, BC); and new writing by CAConrad, Jos Charles, Jasmine Gibson, Trish Salah, Catriona Strang, Mercedes Eng, Rhoda Rosenfeld, Vivek Shraya, Juliane Okot Bitek, Donato Mancini, Douglas Walbourne-Gough, and many others.

Print: $10

Total: $0.00

Digital: $3

Contributors

Power Sissy Intervention #1: Queer Bubbles

from The Mundane, Sublime and Fantastical

from fr. EFfari

Reveries of a Solitary Biker

Perro Verlag Books by Artists

"Books are Filthy, dirty things!": An Interview with Jo Cook

whales, candlelight, and stuff like that

Two Poems

from Diseaseum

from even this page is white

from Wanderings

On Meryl McMaster's wanderings

from The Crows Gulch Poems

from prison industrial complex explodes

from Some Beheadings

"a special kind of privacy": An Interview with Marek Poliks

Queen of Steel

Two Poems

Walrus Dispute

reviews Derek McCormack's The Well-Dressed Wound

on Dory Mason and Elle-Máijá Tailfeathers

on Fred Moten's TCR seminar and on Alessandro Petti, Sandi Hilal, and Eyal Weizman's Architecture after Revolution

reviews Elena Johnson's Field Notes for the Alpine Tundra

reviews Robin Blaser's The Astonishment Tapes

on Patti Smith live at The Moore Theatre, Seattle, 01-04-2016

Never miss an issue

Get a subscription to 3 issues per year. Cancel anytime.

Donate to TCR

Support one of Canada's longest-standing publishers of contemporary writing and art

Advertise in TCR

Download our media kit to find pricing and specifications