Curriculum Vitae






Writing



02/2019   On Entertainment: The Lassitude of D.H.L’s Dead Novel,’  
                 —D.H. Lawrence: Technology & Modernity,  pp. 203-217.
                 (ed.) Indrek Männiste (London; New York: Bloomsbury, 2019)
01/2019    ‘(I’m Looking for a Model for a Novel called) Public Domain’
                 A reading (by Jon Auman) of the monologue in full;
                 broadcast on Resonance 104.4FM’s ‘New Works for Radio’

02/2018    Middleman’                                                                                    
                 —A Void (Morbid Books, 2018)
                 From I’m Looking for a Model for a Novel called Public Domain
12/2017     Review 31 Fiction Roundup, 2017.
                 —On Sam Riviere’s Safe Mode (Test Centre, 2017).
09/2017    ‘The Ape of Intimation: A Fay Wray for every King Kong,’
                  —Cob Gallery & Studio, London                                            
                 Catalogue Essay— ‘Jason Shulman: Some Works’ (29.09.17—21.10.17);
09/2017    ‘Bad Science’
                  —Cob Gallery & Studio, London
                An interview with Jason Shulman, first published in Hotel;
04/2017    ‘In Defense of Richard Kelly’s Southland Tales (2007),’
                  —Little White Lies                                                                            
                  Published on the occasion of the film’s 10th Anniversary;
12/2016     Review 31 Fiction Roundup, 2016.
                 On Alejandro Zambra’s Multiple Choice (Granta)
11/2016     ‘American Caesar’
                Some Associative Notes on Springsteen in a Big Sedan,

                —Minor Literature[s]         
11/2016     ‘Writing Letters to Lew
                —Minor Literature[s]
                —
Cherry & Martin Galleries, Los Angeles, CA)
                 A faltered-interview  “photo-conceptualist” Lew Thomas.        
08/2016    ‘Four Remarks of Color & A Yellow Crescent Moon
                —Centre for Contemporary Arts, Glasgow, Scotland    
                A comissioned prose-poem recorded for live radio-broadcast;
                For Radiophrenia 
                Comissioned by Hoagy Houghton
07/2016   ‘Fallen to the Rank of Adjective: On Benjamin Fondane
                —3:AM Magazine
                On two new translations of old works by Benjamin Fondane:
                Cinepoems & Others (New York Review Books, 2016)
                Existential Monday (New York Review Books, 2016);
07/2016    ‘Avenue Montaigne,
                —Minor Literature[s]  
                From I’m Looking for a Model for a Novel called Public Domain;
03/2016    ‘The Reverse of Don Quixote,
                —Nexus: The International Journal of Henry Miller Studies,
                Vol. XI., pp. 133-149.
                (ed.) J. Decker, 
02/2016    ‘Poor Quartets,’
                —3:AM Magazine
                  On Thomas Bernhard’s Goethe Dies (Seagull Books, 2016);       
12/2015     ‘I Can Only Speak for Myself,’
                —3:AM Magazine
                  On Robert Walser’s Looking at Pictures (New Directions, 2015);
12/2015     Review 31 Fiction Roundup, 2015.
                   On Nathalie Léger’s Suite for Barbara Loden (Les Fugitives)
.
12/2015    ‘Vicarious Autobiography’
                 —Review 31
                 On John Berger’s Portraits, ed. Tom Overton (Verso, 2015);
10/2015    ‘Kant’s Tulips / Clarice’s Mystery,’
                —Review 31
                 On the Complete Stories (New Directions, 2015)
09/2015    ‘Showing & Telling: Penetrating Fantasy,’
                 —3:AM Magazine
                 On Brandon Hobson’s Desolation of Avenues Untold (CCM, 2015)

07/2015    ‘Signalling Posterity: The Fiction Writer’s Journalism,’
                 On Edouard Levé’s Newspaper (Dalkey Archive Press, 2015);
12/2014     ‘A Theatre of Others,’
                 On Simon Critchley’s Memory Theatre (Fitzcarraldo Ed.,, 2014)
10/2014     ‘Polymyth x. Miss Information,’
                 —Autoitalia
, London
                Miss. Information; a multiple-personality, written by...
                 w. Ingo Niermann +
                     Mercedes Bunz +
                     Lucy Chinen +
                     Shama Khanna + 
                     Mary Margaret Rinebold + 
                     Michael Schindhelm + 
                     Jenna Sutela + 
                     & Zing Tsjeng
                 (Soudtracked by Pierre LX)
                 The exhibition was curated by Autoitalia & Justin Jaeckle
                 w. April Greiman +
                     Pablo Jones-Soler +
                     Metahaven +
                     Holly Herndon +
                     Pinar & Viola.                                                                          
03/2013    ‘Wild Rabbit: Henry Miller’s Ekphrastic Anxiety,
                —Nexus: The International Journal of Henry Miller Studies,
                Vol. X., pp. 3-31, (ed.) J. Decker 
03/2012    ‘The Cosmological Eye & the River Through,’                            
                —Nexus: The International Journal of Henry Miller Studies,
                Vol. IX., pp. 65-81, (ed.) J. Decker 
11/2011      ‘Goodnight you Dogs’ [EP]
                Four sentimental songs, released digitally by A Future Without







Research, Readings, Screenings & Programming, et Cetera... 

02/2019    ‘January 1st’ — A collaborative phototext by D. Jaeckle & H. Houghton 
                An element of the exhibition  ‘Phoetry/Poetography/Photographic Literature’
                 —The Museum of Futures, Kingston Writer’s Centre
                    A group show curated by SJ Fowler + 
                    James Caley +
                    Marcia Knight Latter +
                    Yvonne Litschel +
                    Olga Kolesnikova.

                    [February 21st to March 5th 2019]
02/2019    
‘Speech Acts for Resonance’
                —A fundraiser for the radio station Resonance 104.4FM
                —Readings from Rachael Allen +
                   Edward Doegar +
                   Rakaya Esime Fetuga +
                   Dominic Jaeckle +
                   Liliane Lijn +
                   Abondance Matanda +
                   Martha Sprackland +
                   Tony White 

01/2019    ‘Literary Laboratory’
                —Agustín Fernández Mallo, Thomas Bunstead & Isabel Waidner

                   Readings & a roundtable; 
                   Hotel (with The Goldsmiths Writer’s Centre Goldsmiths Prize)
                   Goldsmiths, University of London 

11/2018   
On ‘Hotel’
                —Lecturette and Seminar Discussion
                   University of Nottingham

05/2018
   ‘Fictions’—Adrian Bridget in Conversation
                —In conversation with the author, 
                   following readings from his Texts that shouldn’t be Read Out Loud
                  
South London Gallery
12/2017
    ‘Chasing America: American Art & Text’
                Real Estate: Place & Possession in the Thoreauvian Wild,’
                    Video Essay
                   The Courtauld Institute of Art, London    
11/2017    ‘Borders of the Visible:
                Intersections between Literature & Photography’

                —‘Real Estate: Place & Possession in the Thoreauvian Wild,’
                   Video Essay
                   Centro Arti della Modernità, Turin  
10/2017    ‘H.D. Thoreau from Across the Pond
                —‘Real Estate: Place & Possession in the Thoreauvian Wild,’
                   Video Essay
                   École Normale Supérieure de Lyon
08/2017   Hotel, Little Island Press & Locomotrix present...
               ‘Gordon Lish in a Little Island Hotel’
                —Readings to launch Lish’s White Plans: Pieces & Witherling
                   Claire-Louise Bennett, Will Eaves & David Hayden;
                   & a pre-recorded lecturette from Gordon Lish.
                   Chaired by David Winters
                   Housman’s Radical Booksellers, London
06/2017   ‘Ecology, Economy, & Cultures of Resistance’    
                —‘Reebok Classic: A Short Film about Emersonian Inequality,’
                   Video Essay
                    IASH, University of Edinburgh
02/2017    ‘The Billboard Hot 100’
                —A one-day installation of projected poetry.

               With the artist Joshua T. Howell, for the group show G-Cadd #9
                   Granite City Art & Design District, Granite City, IL, U.S.A.

01/2017    ‘Visual Pleasure(s): Acts of Looking in Critical Cultures’
              —A day of papers and screenings on the works of Laura Mulvey
                   Organiser & Chair 
                   Keynote: Laura Mulvey
                   Screenings: 
                   ‘Amy!’ dir. Laura Mulvey & Peter Wollen (1980) +
                   ‘Crystal Gazing, dir. Laura Mulvey & Peter Wollen (1981)
                   [Introduced by Laura Mulvey and Oliver Fuke]
                   Goldsmiths College, University of London
11/2016    On ‘A Handful of Dust’
                —David Campany in discussion
                   Organiser & Chair
                   Goldsmiths College, University of London
09/2016   ‘Riddles of the Sphinx,dir. Laura Mulvey & Peter Wollen (1977)
             —A screening, introduced by Laura Mulvey
                  [for Goldsmiths Literature Seminar/Curzon Goldsmiths]
                  Organiser & Chair
06/2016   ‘Film Philosophy ‘16’
                —‘Three Iterations of an American Tragedy
                    Video Essay
                   University of Edinburgh
04/2016    ‘Art—Money—Crisis’
                —‘The Cultural Logic of Capital: Emerson, Literature & Circularity,’
                    A collaborative paper presentation with Dr. Benjamin Pickford
                   CRASSH, University of Cambridge      
04/2016   BAAS/IAAS Annual Conference, 2016         
                —‘The Singer Outdistances the Song: Emerson’s Ready-Made,’
                    Video Essay/BrANCA Panel
                    Queen’s University, Belfast
03/2016    Questions of Scale in Contemporary Criticism
                —‘Cultures of Efflux: Emerson’s Critical Paleonomies
                   Ghent University, Belgium
11/2015     BrANCA Annual Symposium    
                —‘Emerson’s Awkward Imitation’   
                   ‘Capital’ Panel
                   University of Warwick                                                                       
04/2015   BAAS Annual Conference
                —‘How do you Contain Yourself? Emerson’s Photometry’,
                    Video Essay/BrANCA Panel 
                    University of Northumbria, Newcastle
03/2015     Lit Live, at The Peckham Pelican
                 —Readings from I’ll be Stahr and You be Kathleen                   
09/2014    ‘A Gob of Spit in the Face of Art,’
                —‘Thoreau was an Atlas or Responding to the Hummingbird’,
                     Video Essay
                     Goldsmiths College, London                                                    
09/2014   The Expanded Lyric
                —‘A Canary in the Mine: Marilyn Monroe’s Biographic Poetics
                     Queen’s University, Belfast


                                                                                                            


Editorial


xx/2019      
Nights of Passed Over II—The Later Lyrics of Mark Kozelek
               —Editor—forthcoming  

07/2018        Project Editor
               —Architectural Association, London  





Hotel

partisanhotel.co.uk

—‘A magazine for new approaches to fiction, non-fiction and poetry.

Co-Founder, Co-Editor — Online & Print—with Jon Auman & Thomas Chadwick


The Paper Hotel

An occassional pubilcation collating new, extant and excerpted writings in a run of paper “rooms” 


02/2019   Hotel #5’
               
1.    Isabel Galleymore, Two Poems
       i.            ‘Spirit Animal’
       ii.           ‘The Future Tense Expresses a State that Does Not Yet Exist’
2.    Aidan John Moffat
, ‘Timeshare’
3.    Georgia Haire
, Two Poems
       i.           ‘Washed Up’
       ii.          ‘Dark Meat’
4.    Hélène Fréderick
, trans. Jacob Siefring, ‘Tooth & Nail: A Credit History,’
5.    John Divola
, ‘As Far as I Could Get,’
6.    Ralf Webb
, Two Poems
       i.           ‘Now I Really Am O.K.’
       ii.          ‘Travelling Alone is my Favourite Sickness’
7.     Ryūnosuke Akutagawa 
(芥川 龍之介―澄江堂主人),
       trans. Ryan C.K. Choi, ‘In Karuizawa’ (circa 1925)
8.    Carla Maliandi
, trans. Frances Riddle, ‘vreadthecastlesbeautiful’
9.    Jenny Hval
, trans. Marjam Idriss, ‘The Lighthouse’ 
10.   Noémi Lefebvre
, trans. Natacha Lasorak & Sophie Lewis,
       ‘Doubts About Debt’
11.   John Holten
& Jonathan Monk,
      ‘A Number of Points Randomly Connected...’
12.   Rachel Kass
, ‘Babi Yar’
13.   Nicolette Polek
, ‘The Rope Barrier,’
14.   Raul Guerrero
, ‘Menu of the Future’
15.   Daisy Larfarge
, ‘Throttle Song’
16.   Joshua Cohen, ‘(Nine Notes from) A Diary’
17.   Jack Underwood
, Three Poems (after Mascha Kaléko)
       i.           ‘Lovesong for Mascha’
       ii.          ‘In Mascha’s Room Plus Melancholy’
       iii.         ‘Last Song Mascha’
18.   Stanley Schtinter
, ‘We Have Come to Let You Out’
19.   Lucy Mercer
, Four Poems
        i.            ‘Chirologia’
        ii.           ‘Divination’
        iii.          ‘Demiurge’
        iv.           ‘Zero’
20.  Ariana Reines
, A piece of ‘Miss St’s Hieroglyphic Suffering’
21.   P. Adams Sitney
, ‘The Narrative Voice of Moby-Dick’
        —A Distillation of Prof. Meanie’s Discourse
22.   John L. Saul
, ‘Not Being Leonardo Da Vinci’ 
23.   Jeffrey Vallance, a scatological eschatology called ‘Holy Shit!’
24.  Sophie Seita, an excerpt from a work-in-progress called ‘The Gracious Ones’ 
       —A Philosophical Ballet in Pieces    
25.  Agustín Fernández Mallo, trans. Thomas Bunstead,
      (illustrated by Pere Joan), ‘That’s It?’
26.  SJ Fowler & Iain Sinclair, ‘(After) Animal Drums’
      & an epigram by photographer Sandro Miller

       (eds.) J. Auman, T. Chadwick and D. Jaeckle



05/2018   Hotel #4’
               
1.    Rebecca Tamás, St. Joan in Idaho’
2.    Luc Sante, ‘Dear Messiah’
3.    John Yau, ‘Fortunes, Favorite Sayings & Assorted Sundries’
4.    David Kishik, ‘Terms of Service’
5.    Scott McClanahan, ‘Sarah #3’
6.    Pascal Richmann, trans. Amanda DeMarco, ‘Smoke of the World’
7.     James R. Hugunin, ‘(Verbal Translations of) Famous Photographs’
8.    Nona Fernández, trans. Ellen Jones, ‘Mapocho’
9.    Jason Shulman, ‘Bad Science’ (the Artist in Conversation)
10.   Bill Callahan, ‘Thirteen Letters to Emma’
11.   Oliver Goldstein, ‘The Virgil Hunter Love Sequence’
12.   Leah Sophia Dworkin, ‘Tuesday at Six?’
13.   Vala Thorodds & Richard Scott, ‘Come (after Paul Verlaine)’
14.   Iris Smyles, ‘Phillip & Penelope in a Variety of Tenses’
15.   Serena Braida & Livia Franchini, ‘Three Reactive Poems’
         i.        ‘On Complicity’
         ii.       ‘Cha-Cha’
         iii.      ‘Your Mouth’
16.   Veronica Scott Esposito, ‘Rothko Chapel’
17.    Daniele Pantano, ‘Twilight of the Poet’
18.   Hisham Bustani, trans. Maia Tabet, ‘Quantum Leap’
19.   Carol Mavor, ‘Like Water in Water’
20.  Mark Kozelek, ‘Yellow Kitchen’
21.   David Lowery, ‘A Housewarming Party’
22.   Joanna Rafael Goldberg, ‘Moonlet’
       & an epigram by “Britain’s Most Isolated Cartoonist,” Jonathan Chandler

       (eds.) J. Auman, T. Chadwick,  J. Dunn and D. Jaeckle 


06/2017   Hotel #3’
                
1.     Martin Jackson, ‘It’s really very easy to do these days...,’
2.     Nick Cave, ‘Four Cities: Selections from The Sick-Bag Song
3.     Duncan White, ‘After the Crash’
4.     Juliet Escoria, ‘West Virginia to New York’
5.     Jasmine Parker, ‘Mass-Produced Poetry’
6.     Hanya Yanagihara, in conversation with Holly Brown
7.     Kim Sherwood, ‘Travelling in Grey Space’
8.     Gordon Lish, Four Stories
         i.       ‘Didn’t we just Hear Something Humanish Fall?’
         ii.      ‘Joke-Time, or that other word, Jape’
         iii.     ‘Make Night: Heidegger’
         iv.      ‘Bamford or Bust!’
9.     Rowan Evans, Four Poems
         i.        ‘Ithaca’
         ii.       ‘Seventy Two’ 
         iii.      ‘Tourist Song’
         iv.       ‘Hyrule Theory’
10.   Owen Booth, ‘The War’
11.    Frederic Tuten & José Antonio Suárez Londoño, ‘July’
12.    Imogen Reid, ‘Waiting Rooms’
13.    Mark Kozelek, ‘Common as Light and Love are Red Valleys of Blood’
14.    Jack Robinson, ‘Eternal City’
15.    Aram Saroyan, ‘Initiator’  
        & an epigram by artist Olivier Castell

       (eds.) J. Auman, T. Chadwick,  J. Dunn and D. Jaeckle 


02/2017   Hotel #2’

1.     Holly Pester, ‘This big bit cradle’
2.     Wayne Koestenbaum, ‘#2 (elegant toplessness stoned in stairwell)’
3.     Mary Margaret Rinebold, ‘Beige’
4.     Linh Dinh, ‘No Soup for You’
5.     Ingo Niermann, ‘The Kappellmeister’
6.    Thom Andersen, ‘Statements’
7.     Julia Drescher, ‘Collages’
8.    Victoria Manifold, ‘Asleep’
9.    S.J. Fowler, Three Poems
         i.        ‘Truncatus Tractatus’
         ii.       ‘Fancy Thoughts’
         iii.      ‘I Called Ciara Allen’s Swamp Monkey for Years’
10.  Alice Butler, ‘A Love Letter to a Klepto’
11.  Will Eaves, ‘The Class of all Unthinkable Things’
12.  Nicole Mauro, ‘Superzer0ic’
13.  Amanda DeMarco, ‘Minor Episodes’
      & an epigram by Joshua T. Howell
               
         (eds.) J. Auman, T. Chadwick,  J. Dunn and D. Jaeckle


06/2016   Hotel #1’
                
1.     Will Eaves, ‘Greenery’
2.     Jon Auman, ‘Two Introductions’
3.     Duncan White, selections from ‘Pink Icecream’
4.     Tyler Malone, ‘Sometimes he Left Messages in the Streets’
5.     Jane Yehselections from ‘The Ninjas’
6.     Erica Baum, ‘An Accumulation of Information...’
7.     Matthew Gregory, ‘Rooms’
8.     Eley Williams, ‘The Alphabet’
9.     Jess Cotton, ‘Notes on the Pink Hotel
        & an epigram by Mat Riviere
             
       (eds.) T. Chadwick,  J. Dunn and D. Jaeckle


07/2016 (& on...)

        The-Rolling-Hotel-Archive

        A rolling archive of poems, prose-works, interviews essays and excerpts.
       
        See here for works in order of appearance.    


Tyrant Hotel

A magazine-for the-ears, co-edited with Jordan Castro.

Exacting something of a tribute to John Giorno’s “Dial-a-Poem” project (as 2018 marked its fiftieth anniversary), Tyrant Hotel sees literary outfits NY Tyrant and Hotel collaborate and collate unexpurgated readings and writings by authors and poets recorded straight to smartphone. 

Available on Apple podcasts here



03/2019
        Tyrant Hotel #3 – ‘Mother Pig (Opposing Disneyland)’

                See here; broadcast on Resonance 104.4 FM on March 12th, 2019

1.    Iain Sinclair, ‘Animal Drums’ [Prompt Note];
2.   Lily Hackett, ‘Seabird;’
3.   Brad Phillips, ‘Mom & Dad’ (Deleted Scenes);
4.   Frederic Tuten, ‘Rimbaud in the Kitchen;’
5.   Ashton Politanoff, ‘She had Wanted to be Closer to the Ocean;’
6.   Isabel Waidner, ‘War Crybabies;’
7.   David Keenan, ‘Bible Time;’
8.   Vi Khi Nao, ‘Human Camouflage;’
9.   SJ Fowler, ‘Animal Drums’ (Reprise)

10/2018   

        Tyrant Hotel #2 – ‘Thirty Aught Six’ [26.39]

                See here

1.    Christalla Fannon, ‘Paper Thin Hotel’ (L .Cohen, 1977)—(an introduction);
2.    Scott McClanahan
, ‘Nicky;’
3.    Juliet Escoria
, ‘Roadkill’

09/2018
         Tyrant Hotel #1 – ‘Nicole Kidman vs. Apollo’ [55:01]

                See here; broadcast on Resonance 104.4 FM on October 4th, 2018

1.    Kristen Iskandrian, ‘I feel like Garbage’ (an introduction);
2.    Nicolette Polek, ‘The Rope Barrier;
3.    Kristen Iskandrian, ‘As I Lay (Imagining I’m) Dying;
4.    Luc Sante, ‘The Unknown Soldier;
5.    Chelsea Hodson, ‘To a Duck in the Garden of Ninfa;’
6.    Wayne Koestenbaum, ‘thick book on mother-shelf ...;’
7.     Eley Williams, ‘Collect;’
8.    Kathryn Scanlan, ‘The Candidate’

             
         Tyrant Hotel #1‘Literally Starving Ghost’ [30:13]
             
                 See here

1.    Kristen Iskandrian, ‘I feel like Garbage’ (an introduction);
2.    Nicolette Polek, ‘The Rope Barrier;
3.    Kristen Iskandrian, ‘As I Lay (Imagining I’m) Dying;
4.    Luc Sante, ‘The Unknown Soldier;
5.    Chelsea Hodson, ‘To a Duck in the Garden of Ninfa’ 





Education

PhD — ‘The Marketplace is the Louvre of the Common People:
              Culture & Capital in the Works of Ralph Waldo Emerson’
              Goldsmiths College, University of London
                                                                                    —2014 to present
MA —  ‘Modern Literary Theory
,
              Goldsmiths College, University of London—with Disinction
                                                                                    —2012 to 2013
BA  —  ‘English & American Literature,’ 
              Goldsmiths College, University of London—1st Class
                                                                                    —2009 to 2012