“I leapt into it and wrote it like a banshee.” —Yxta Maya Murray, author of Art Is Everything
Kimberly Drew and Jenna Wortham’s book, Black Futures, comprises more than five hundred pages of poetry, artwork, memes, essays, and lyrics from Black artists.
Using a unique fabrication process, Julie Chen constructs beautiful and inventive artists’ books that explore metaphysical ideas.
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A Houston artist turns outdated manuals, phone books, and encyclopedias into visually striking sculptures.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.