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.
Temporary continent. maps the unstable tributaries of contributions, reflections, and media arising from Mississippi. An Anthropocene River and its research procession. The project is a collaboration between two experimental publishing collectives, continent. and Temporary Art Review, both concerned with the amplification, modulation, and circulation of community voices on both sides of the Atlantic, and beyond.