Amaranth Borsuk presents new work at AWP conference

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June 19, 2015 - Amaranth Borsuk attended the annual Association of Writers and Writing Programs conference in Minneapolis, where she presented work on two panels. For "The Essay Blinks," she delivered a cautionary manifesto on the interrelation of form and content in the artist's book, which included an homage to Alison Knowles and James Tenney's 1967 computer-generated poem "House of Dust" titled "Book of Dust." The panelists collaborated on a DIY cut & fold book that was distributed to members of the audience, which can be downloaded at panel organizer Sarah Minor's website. Borsuk's second panel "Computers in My Classes: Workshopping (With) the Digital" provided pedagogical tips, tricks, and examples from her own teaching, highlighting collaborations she has undertaken with students and ways she links digital work to the hand-made. 

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