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Continuous Frieze Bordering Red documents the migratory patterns of an Other, as she travels between countries, languages, seasons, and shifting identities. A narrative on hybridity, the text explores [dis]location as a cultural swerve while it interrogates Rothko's red: his bricked-in, water-damaged windows [floating borders], which reflect unstable cultural borders to ...more
Paperback, 96 pages
Published March 1st 2012 by Fordham University Press
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I LOVE THIS BOOK. I LIVE INSIDE IT. I AM A FUCKING HYPHEN. READ MY REVIEW AT LANTERN REVIEW: http://www.lanternreview.com/blog/201...
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Continuous Frieze Bordering Red is a poem. The book itself is wide, and the pages are mostly blank. Each page contains five lines, which, after a couple of false starts, I discover read across, not down. The first line of the first page continues on the first line of the second page. The abundance of white space kind of bothered me at first, until I realize that it's necessary, the words don't get lost in any extraneous art or illustrat
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Michelle Naka Pierce is the author of Continuous Frieze Bordering Red, awarded the POL Editor's Prize (Fordham, 2012); She, A Blueprint, a text/image document with collage art by Sue Hammond West (2011); Beloved Integer (2007); and co-author of TRI/VIA with Veronica Corpuz (2003). She has lived in Yokohama, Japan; London, UK; and currently teaches writing at Naropa University in Boulder, CO, where ...more
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