& Heriberto Yepez hosted by Camille
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Rachel Levitsky is the author of a
Story of My Accident is Ours (Futurepoem, 2013), two books of poetry Under
the Sun (Futurepoem, 2003) NEIGHBOR (UDP,
2009) and a number of chapbooks including Renoemos (Delete,
2010) and Dearly,
(a+bend, 1999). She is a member of the Belladonna* Collaborative, a feminist
avant-garde hub for interventions in writing, reading, engaged discourse and
activism. In 2010 with Christian Hawkey, she started The Office of Recuperative
Strategies (OoRS.net), a mobile research unit variously located in Amsterdam,
Berlin, Boulder, Brooklyn, Cambridge, Governors Island and The Holland Tunnel in
NYC and The University of Leipszig in Leipzig. She lives in Brooklyn and teaches
at Pratt Institute.
Heriberto Yépez is a novelist,
poet, and critic from Tijuana. He has published two dozen books in Spanish,
among them Cuentos
para oír y huir al otro lado, Tijuanologías, Made
in Tijuana, El
libro de lo post-poético, A.B.U.R.T.O and Al
otro lado. He has also translated and edited into Spanish the work of
Jerome Rothenberg and Charles Bernstein; and is currently co-editing the work of
Ulises Carrión, the Dutch-Mexican experimental writer and artist from the
seventies and eighties. Yépez wrore in English Wars.
Threesomes. Drafts. & Mothers and more recently his study on Charles
Olson’s imperialist Mexican imaginary was translated as The
Empire of Neo-Memory (ChainLinks, 2013). He’s currently studying a Ph.D. at
the Spanish and Portuguese Department in UC, Berkeley.