Kate Zambreno

  • David Wojnarowicz, Close to the Knives: A Memoir of Disintegration (from Vintage, 1991)

  • Claudia Rankine, Don’t Let Me Be Lonely: An American Lyric (from Graywolf Press, 2004)

  • Jenny Zhang, “Hags” (from Guillotine)

  • Sofia Samatar, “Skin Feeling” (from The New Inquiry)

  • Clutch Fleischmann, “Spill Split” (from PEN America)

  • Abbas Kiarostami, “Close-Up” (film distributed by Celluloid Dreams, 1990)

  • Bhanu Kapil, Ban en Banlieue (from Nightboat Books, 2015)

  • Chantal Akerman, “News from Home” (from 1977)

  • Moyra Davey, Burn the Diaries (from ICA, University of Pennsylvania/Museum Moderner Kunst/Dancing Foxes Press, 2014)

  • Theresa Hak Kyung Cha, Dictee (from University of California Press, 2009)

About Kate Zambreno

Kate Zambreno is author of the novels Green Girl and O Fallen Angel (both Harper Perennial) and of Heroines and Book of Mutter (both Semiotexte(e)’s Native Agents). The Appendix Project, a collection of talks and essays, and Screen Tests, a collection of stories and essays, are forthcoming in 2019. Zambreno is at work on a series of novels exploring time, memory, and the persistence of art. She teaches at Sarah Lawrence College and in the writing program at Columbia University.

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