Recent Books

  • Waterworn

    Price: $10.95

    “Like a set of etudes, Star Black’s sonnet sequence examines the technical problems of increasing difficulty that each day presents us with. Fluently and gracefully, she charts the amazing course of the quotidien.” John Ashberry

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  • Vulvamorphia

    Price: $17.95

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  • Voyeurism

    Price: $15.95

    Felix gives voice to alternative media makers, ecnouraging disourse and exchange from within the media arts community, analyzing issues of aesthetics and politics, and furthering the devleopment of radical and experimental images of our own. Voyeurism includes work by DeeDee Halleck, Shirley Clarke, T. Kim-Trang Tran, Michel Auder, Stephen Vitiello, Igor Vamos, Kristin Lucas, Michael Eng, Paul Venet, Sue de Beer, Heather Hendershot, Melinda Stone, Judith Barry, Paul Pfeiffer, Mako Idemitsu, Randi Cecchine, Annie Sprinkle, Shu Lea Cheang, Steve Reinke, Allan deSouza, Kerri Sakamoto, Mike Hoolboom, Tom Sherman, Paul Wong, Jolene Rickard, Jem Cohen, Neil Goldberg, Reginald Cortez Woolery, Cecilia Dougherty, Leah Gilliam, Elisabeth Subrin, Laurie Weeks, Jane Prophet, Julia Meltzer, Lesley Wahl, Nell Tenhaaf, Ana Voog, Dara Gellman, Leslie Peters, Alex Rivera, Lynn Hershman, Tara Mateik, and 30 more visual artists.

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  • The Public Domain

    Price: $15.95

    A Sarai is an enclosed space in a city, or, beside a highway, where travellers and caravans can find shelter, sustenance and companionship; a tavern, a public house, a meeting place; a destination and a point of departure; a place to rest in the middle of a journey. Sarai: the New Media Initiative, Delhi, works with these readings of the word Sarai to create a space where old and new forms of media, their practitioners, and those who reflect on, or critically examine these practices, can find a convivial atmosphere, and enter into shared pursuits that will create a renewal of public cultures within and across city spaces. The Sarai Reader (which is the first of what we hope will be more such collections) can be seen both as a navigation log of actual voyages and a map for possible journeys into a real and imagined territory that we have provisionally called the “Public Domain”. This republic without territory is a sovereign entity that comes into being whenever people gather and begin to communicate,...

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  • The Thing

    Price: $7.95

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  • The 23

    Price: $29.95

    In the Fall of 1654, twenty-three Jews arrived from Brazil on the island of Manhattan. They were among the many who fled Recife after it was recaptured by the Portuguese, in fear of the pending Inquisition. Many of those who left chose to go back to the Netherlands. One ship, however, was waylaid from its course: caught in a storm, attacked by pirates, and rescued by the French privateer Simon Felle. The captain took its passengers to New Amsterdam, a recent Dutch colony of no more than 750 people.The 23 is a 42-page, full color comic strip written and illustrated by Martim Avillez, printed on a continuous accordion spread that folds into a hardcover slipcase. On the reverse of the comic pages are four essays written with the Sephardic experience in mind. The contributors are: Leslie Camhi (Village Voice, The New York Times) who describes the legacy of these Sephardic pioneers in New York; Anita Novinsky, Professor of History at the University of S.Paulo,...

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