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Amaranth Borsuk's work exhibited in Kassel, Germany

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IAS faculty member Amaranth Borsuk is represented in the current exhibition at the KunstTempel in Kassel, Germany, curated by Friedrich Block. POESIS: Sparchekunst/Language Art (August 29–October 6, 2019) is "snapshot of international language art," featuring 63 artists from 17 countries. The show celebrates the 20th anniversary of the gallery and Block's p0es1s project. Borsuk's text generator Book of Dust will be one of the digital artworks shown. Book of Dust pays homage to Alison Knowles and James Tenney’s A House of Dust (1967), one of the earliest examples of computationally-generated poetry. The original program generated imaginative art installations as venues for happenings and community building using the following structure:

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Amaranth Borsuk interviewed on the Copyright Clearance Center's Beyond the Book podcast

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IAS faculty member Amaranth Borsuk gave a short interview on the Beyond the Book podcast this week. She and host Chris Kenneally discussed the book as both an interface and material container, touching on its changing form and its future. Listen here.

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MFA in Creative Writing & Poetics hosts panel on "life after the MFA" at Hugo House

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On Wednesday, May 22nd, students, faculty, and community members convened at Hugo House’s Lapis Theater on Capitol Hill for a conversation and Q&A about how to make a life (and a living) as a writer in Seattle. Moderated by IAS faculty member Amaranth Borsuk, the panel featured Corinne Manning, Natalie A. Martínez, and Abi Pollokoff. An annual tradition in the MFA ...

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Amaranth Borsuk and Sarah Dowling Publish Interview and Review of Poet Jordan Abel

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The current issue of ASAP/J, the web journal of the Association for the Study of the Arts of the Present, includes Borsuk and Dowling's collaborative review of Injun, Jordan Abel's Griffin-Award winning poetry collection collaged, cut-up, and erased from a corpus of 91 public-domain pulp western novels. Their review is accompanied by an interview with Abel in which the three discuss Injun in the context of his body of work, both previous and forthcoming, which uses ...

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Amaranth Borsuk is poet-in-residence at the Seattle Review of Books for National Poetry Month

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The Seattle Review of Books has asked IAS faculty member Amaranth Borsuk to be their poet in residence for April. The editors will publish a poem by Borsuk each week and interview her about her work and reading. Borsuk's first piece, a new poem titled "Strap on a Witness When You Go Out with the Tongue in Your Mouth Worn Thin from Walking," was published on 4/2. "It Goes without Saying," a collaboration with artist Julie Wills, has just been published. Borsuk's current reading list was ...

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