Editor’s Note: When Kevin Killian is not writing novels (Shy, 1989 and Arctic Summer, 1997), memoirs (Bedrooms Have Windows, 1990), volumes of short stories (Little Men, 1996, I Cry Like a Baby, 2001 and Impossible Princess, 2009), books of poetry (Argento Series, 2001 and Action Kylie, 2008), biographies, exhibition essays, plays (over 30 to date), curating, editing, publishing zines and taking “intimate photographs of men with big genitals” (which may be seen in his book, Tagged, to be published next spring),…he is writing Amazon reviews.
Over the next year we will pursue parallel narratives under the framework Unstable States, New Constitutions in our first long term feature. Through this itinerary we aim to study our increasingly global instability as a method of learning and unlearning the present and gather the constellations and speculative forms rising from this constant state of crisis. We ask: Can this unprecedented moment of dissolution also be an opportunity for rearticulation and rearrangement?
Russian and Ukranian artists address propaganda, artistic repression and responsibility in times of conflict. https://t.co/QuT1vpQZbm