Artist Diane Samuels turns works of literature inside out in a dramatic process of creative rewriting that highlights the intimate relationship between writer and reader in a painstaking homage to the ultimate act of creativity: writing.
“I’m mistrustful of writing advice in general.” —Kate Zambreno, author of Drifts
A Houston artist turns outdated manuals, phone books, and encyclopedias into visually striking sculptures.
Copies of Joe Sacksteder’s story collection, Make/Shift, have been fashioned into a couture dress.
An author tells a fantastical story by writing it a word at a time in the snow.
Artist Basia Irland carves book sculptures out of ice and embeds them with seeds that populate riverbanks when the sculptures melt.
A photographer explores the process of creating visual narratives in Children of Grass, an expansive three-year poetry portraiture project for which he asked poets to pose for a concept based on a poem by each subject.