On this episode our guests are Danny Snelson & Johanna Drucker.
Danny Snelson is an editor, writer, and archivist recently relocated to Los Angeles. He is an Assistant Professor at UCLA where he is developing a manuscript on what he calls the little database, a way to think about digital file formats and the transformation of art and writing on the internet. He’s also working on a new project on editorial poetics, thinking about a long history of bibliography and editing as a way to think about contemporary creative writing practices.
Johanaa Drucker is an artist and writer who lives in Los Angeles. She is known for her work in digital humanities, artist books, experimental typography and modern art. She has two new books out, Down Drift: an Eco Fiction, from Three Rooms Press, and The General Theory of Social Relativity released by The Elephants a publisher in Vancouver.
And at the end of the show we’re going to hear a new track from LA band Free Bleed.
Our interstitial music, as always, is Ocfif by Lewis Keller.
And we go out with the title track from LA band Free Bleed’s recently released EP entitled Last Woman Standing. Free Bleed is Kat Dohan and Jen Hutton, and you can find more of their music at freebleedband.bandcamp.com and the name of the track is Last Woman Standing ...