M.F.A. in Fiction, Antioch University, Los Angeles
J.D., Boston University
B.A. cum laude, University of Massachusetts, Amherst


Andersen’s Wank, forthcoming 2011, After Hand (Dk).

Le vierge, le vivace et le bel aujourd'hui, Oodpress, 2011
Exposé des Faits, éditions è®e (Fr), September 2010.
Statement of Facts, Blanc Press, July 2010.
The Guilt Project: Rape, Morality and Law, Other Press, March 2010.
Notes on Conceptualisms, with Robert M. Fitterman, Ugly Duckling Presse, May 2009.
La Medusa, Fiction Collective 2, September 2008.
Dies: A Sentence, Les Figues Press, January 2006.

Factory Series (chapbook series), oodpress, March 2010-ongoing. Titles: Factory Work by Charles Reznikoff, Hellocasts by Divya Victor, Poems for oodpress, Only Yahweh
The Allegory and the Archive (chapbook), No Press (Canada), May 2010.
Notes on Why Conceptualism is Better than Flarf (chapbook), No Press (Canada), May 2010.
Statement of Facts (chapbook), Audiatur (Norway), August 2009.
Figure from The Gates of Paradise (chapbook), Woodland Editions, March 2007.

“Statement of Facts,” exhibition at Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions, June 19-July 21, 2010. Hollywood, California.
Murder Square Dance at the Spiral Jetty” sound project collaboration with Los Angeles conceptual artist Stephanie Taylor

Articles in Books
An Anthology of Conceptual Writing, Craig Dworkin and Kenneth Goldsmith, eds., Northwestern University Press, forthcoming.
“Kind,” The Encyclopedia Project, vol. 2 F-K, forthcoming.
“Homegrown,” Alim., Émilie Notéris, ed. Éditions IMHO (Fr.), September 2010.
“The Ear is the Orifice You Cannot Close,” Queering the Voice, catelogue, Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia, April, 2010.
Afterword, Unleashed, Sina Queyras, BookThug, November 2009.
Afterword, Babyfucker, Les Figues Press, October 2009
“Blue to Blue #632,” The nOulipian Analects, Les Figues Press, September 2007.
“Untitled: Red over Black, blue, Orange,” TrenchArt: Material, Les Figues Press, 2005: 11.
“The Politics of Denial,” Contemporary Literary Criticism, vol.110, Gale, 1999: 286.

Creative Writing
“Argument: Solicitation of a Prostitute....,” P-Queue, vol. 17 (Polemic), 2010.
Excerpt from The Gates, Everyday Genius, July 2010
Statement of Facts,” Wag’s Revue, Issue 6, Summer 2010.
“Exposé des faits,” Tina n?5, 20 janvier 2010. (Fr.)
“The detective walked into the room,” Abraham Lincoln, No. 5, Summer/Fall 2009.
The Gates, excerpt, Eleven Eleven, July 2010.
“Statement of Facts,” mark(s), July 2010.
Gone With the Wind,” drunken boat, July 2010.
“Miss Scarlett,” Poetry Magazine, July 2010.
The Gates, excerpt, Joyland, February 2009.
The Gates, excerpts, Shanghai Poet (China), 2009.
The Gates, excerpts,Out of Nothing,, January 2009.
Statement of Facts,” UBU Web, Publishing the Unpublishable, 2008
“A Parable, I Suppose,” Western Humanities Review Summer 2008.
“Goya’s Disasters of War,” theextra room (Ger.), February 2008.
“Mummer’s Play,” Insert Fold Magazine, July 2007.
“Dies” excerpt, KGBBarLit, Summer 2007.
“Eight Pieces,” Mad Hatter’s Review, Issue #8, July 2007.
“Achilles’ Shield,” Five Fingers Review, December 2006.
“Dies” excerpt, New Yipes Reader, no. 12, September 2006.
“Gates,” Greetings #10/11, September 2006.
“Marcusean Sonata,” Northwest Review, vol. 44, #1, 2006:6.
“Eclogues 1, 2, 3,” Roar: Women’s Studies Journal 2004-2005: 85.
“Pour Mon Amor,” 4th Street: A Poetry Bimonthly, September-October 2002: 1.
“Dies” excerpt, Northridge Review, Spring 2002: 127.
“How to Make a Fertilizer Bomb,” Northwest Review, vol. 39 #2, 2001: 6.
“The Pope’s Pie,” Northwest Review, vol. 36 #2, 1998: 6.

Wat is Gaga?Gaga Stigmata, September 20, 2010. “I am not Content: Kara Walker/Lawrence Weiner: Identity as Language/Language as Identity,” Art Lies: A Contemporary Art Quarterly, Winter 2009, Issue No. 64.
“The Radical Romantic,” Los Angeles Weekly Literary Supplement, August 31 - September 6, 2001: 44.
“Supernatural Thing,” Film Comment, vol. 29 #5, September-October 1993: 8.
“The Politics of Denial,” Film Comment, vol. 29 #3, May-June 1993: 84.

Contributing Reviewer (monthly), The Constant Critic, Fence Magazine, online poetry review, December 2009-present.
Review of “UCLA Department of Art Lectures: Mary Kelly,” X-TRA Contemporary Art Quarterly, Fall 2010/Vol.13, Number 1.
Review of “Rachel Khedoori” (August 2009, The Box), X-TRA Contemporary Art Quarterly, Spring 2010/Vol.12, Number 3.
Review of “Gillian Wearing” (July 2008, Regan Projects Gallery), X-TRA Contemporary Art Quarterly, Spring 2009/Vol. 11, Number 3.
Review of “Phantom Sightings: Art After the Chicano Movement” (April 16, 2008-September 1, 2008, Los Angeles County Museum of Art), X-TRA Contemporary Art Quarterly, Winter 2009/Vol.11, Number 2.
Review of Eugene Marten’s Waste (2008, Ellipsis Press), American Book Review, vol. 30, no. 3, March/April 2009.
Review of bp nichol’s The Alphabet Game: A bp nichol reader (2008, Coach House Press), American Book Review, vol. 30, no. 4, May/June 2009
Review of Nico Vassilakis’s Text Loses Time (visual poetry/2007, Many Penny Press), American Book Review, July/August 2008
Review of Liz Kotz’s Words to Look At: Language in 1960s Art (art history/2007, MIT Press), Bookforum, February/March 2008.
Review of John Ashbery’s A Worldly Country (poetry/2007), American Book Review, vol. 29, no. 1, November/December 2007.

Board Member, Dear Navigator, School of the Art Institute of Chicago, ongoing.
Anthology of Women’s Conceptual Writing, co-edited with Caroline Bergvall and Laynie Brown, forthcoming, Les Figues Press, 2011.
Co-editor, Conceptual Fiction folio, Drunken Boat No. 10, Fall 2009 Curatorial
Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions; co-curator of Not Content, series of text-based objects, Hollywood, California. June 2010-April 2011.

“Many Happy Returns,” Xena: Warrior Princess, Renaissance Pictures, syndicated series, originally aired 5/19/01.
“Just Lie Back,” Deadline, NBC, originally aired 3/31/01.
“To Helicon and Back,” Xena: Warrior Princess, Renaissance Pictures, syndicated series, originally aired 2/24/01.
“A Wicked Good Time,” Hercules: The Legendary Journeys, Renaissance Pictures, syndicated series, originally aired 11/15/99.
“Hercules, Tramps and Thieves,” Hercules: The Legendary Journeys, Renaissance Pictures, syndicated series, originally aired 11/1/99.
“Valley of the Shadow,” Young Hercules, Renaissance Pictures, syndicated series, originally aired 5/14/99.
“My Fair Lilith,” Young Hercules, Renaissance Pictures, syndicated series, originally aired 2/3/99.

Conference Papers and Invited Presentations
Panelist/Performer, “Conceptualisms <> Gender,” Women’s International Cross-Genre Festival, University of Greenwich, U.K., July 14-17, 2010.
Panelist, “Conceptualism and: ,” Third Biennial Interantional Conference, Contemporary Women’s Writing, San Diego, California, July 7-9, 2010.
Panelist, “Flarf and Conceptual Poetry,” and “How Words Matter,” Associated Writing Program Conference, Denver, Colorado. April 7-10, 2010.
Respondant, “A Radically Evil Poetics,” Re-Imagining the Poet-Critic, University of California/Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz, California, March 13, 2010. Series of invited talks on The Guilt Project, including talks at Boston University School of Law; Lake Forest College; Los Angeles Institute for Humanities; University of Southern California.
Performance/Presentation, Lake Forest Literary Festival, Lake Forest, Illinois, March 2-4, 2010.
Panelist, “Glorious Failure,” “Inconsequentiality,” “Quantum Narratology,” &Now Festival, Buffalo, New York, October 14-17, 2009.
Panelist, “Conceptual Writings” Advancing Feminist Poetics & Activism, CUNY, New York, September 24-25, 2009.
Notater om konseptualismer”; “Les Figues Press,” Oslo, Norway, August 21-22, 2009.
Performance, Tiempo de Lieratura MXL 90, Mexicali, Mexico, May 16, 2009.
Presentation/Performance, “Conceptual Writing & Its Environs. New Strategies in American Poetry,” Discover Us!, Berlin, Germany, May 1, 2009
Panelist, “Quantum Narratology,” Associated Writing Program Conference, Chicago, Illinois, February 14, 2009.
Presentation/Performance, SAIC, Chicago, Illinois, February 13, 2009.
Panelist, “Appropriation,” Untitled New York: Speculations in the Expanded Field of Writing, California Institute for the Arts/Cabinet Magazine, Brooklyn, New York, January 31, 2009.
Respondent, “Conceptual Poetry and Its Others,” University of Arizona Poetry Center, Tucson, Arizona, May 30, 2008.
Panelist, “I Thou’d It”, “Noulipian Analects,” and “Science & Literature,” & Now 2008: a festival of innovative literature and art, Chapman College, Orange, California, April 16-17, 2008.
Panelist, “1000 Words: Picturing Fictions,” Associated Writing Program Conference, New York, New York, February 2, 2008.
Invited Panelist/Presentation for Feminaissance conference on Women’s experimental writing, “I am Madam,” California Institute for the Arts/Museum of Contemporary Art, April 28, 2007. Guest Lecturer, Queer Literature, California Institute for the Arts, Valencia, California, October 2006.

Guest Lecturer, Foundations of Feminism, California Institute for the Arts, Valencia, California, October 25, 2006.
Public conversation with Edna O’Brien, Los Angeles Public Library, Los Angeles, California, October 24, 2006.
Guest Lecturer, War and the Literature of Trauma, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, California, October 18, 2006.
Invited Presentation and Reading, “The Tiny Presses Will Inherit The Earth,” The Poetry Project, St. Mark’s Church, New York, New York, November 3, 2006.
Invited Presentation on Narrative, Lund University, Sweden, March 23, 2006.
Invited Presentation, “Harmonize the Strain: Cultural Resistance and Experimental Literature,” Los Angeles Institute for the Humanities, University of Southern California, January 20, 2006.
Invited Panelist for n/oulipo, Conference on Experimental Writing, “Blue to Blue #632,” California Institute for the Arts, October 28, 2005.

Hald Hovedgaard/Danish Centre for Writers and Translators; Danish-American Writer’s Retreat, May 8-16, 2010 (Danish Arts Council/Nordisk Netværk for Avantgardestudier)
SUNY/Buffalo, February 2-3, 2010 (undergraduate talk/reading on conceptual poetry at the Poetry Collection, reading at Karpeles Manuscript Museum, two graduate lectures: “The Discourse of the Slave,” “The Allegory and the Archive.”)

Teaching Experience
Adjunct Faculty, Critical Studies/MFA, California Institute for the Arts, Fall 2007.

Selected Recent Readings & Other Events
Performance with Chloé Delaume/conversation with Élisabeth Lebovici, Galerie Martine Aboucaya, Paris, September 18, 2010.
Reading, Kunstahallen Brændergaarden, Viborg, Denmark, May 11, 2010.
Reading, UCSD New Writing Series, University of California, San Diego, October 21, 2009.
Reading, Revolver, Oslo, Norway, August 22, 2009.
Performance, Perform! Now! Chung King Project gallery, July 25, 2009.
Reading/Presentation, UCSC Living Writers Reading Series, University of California, Santa Cruz, California, April 9, 2009.
Performance, The Kitchen, New York, March 31, 2009.
Reading/Presentation, Los Angeles Public Library, Los Angeles, California, March 19, 2009.
Performance, Cabinet Magazine, New York, New York, January 31, 2009.
Performance, Links Hall, Chicago, Illinois, January 24-25, 2009.
Reading, Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, California, December 10, 2008.
Reading at Le Petit Xiaoxiao, Shanghai, China, June 30, 2008.
Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, June 30, 2007 and April 28, 2007.
Recent notable readings/performances: Les Cahiers de Colette, Paris; Double Change, Paris; St. Mark’s Poetry Project, New York; Bowery Poetry Club, New York; Mercantile Library, New York; KGB Bar, New York; Pierre Menard Gallery, Cambridge; Carriage House, Baltimore; San Francisco Public Library; New College, San Francisco; Small Press Traffic, San Francisco; Oakland Art Gallery, Oakland; 21 Grand Gallery, Oakland; Links Hall: Chicago; Betalevel, Los Angeles; The Smell, Los Angeles.

Les Figues Press Projects
For a complete list of titles, see the Les Figues website

Professional Affiliations
Los Angeles Institute for the Humanities, Fellow.
PEN USA, member.
Writers’ Guild of America, West, member.
California Appellate Defense Counsel, member.