Archivi tag: interview

recent posts @ repository magazine (cecil touchon, editor)

For me, the practice of asemic writing began in processes I was using in the mid-to-late 1990s to write textual poems. Beginning with a…
Monsters in Trousers  9:27 PM 5/7/2018 (collage poetry)   We use language to separate, to violently tear ourselves [apart]. There is…
Watch this ZOOM conversation I have with Michelle Moloney King; Editor of Beir Bua Press
Rosaire Appel: “asemic writing is also a way of leaping forward into territory not yet conceptualized… a transition strategy perhaps” (Jun…
Non fungible tokens have been around for a minute and I myself have only known about the idea for a few weeks. But here are some initial…
On view (in 2014) at Lanoue Gallery in Boston
Essay for an exhibition held April 15, 2016 — June 15, 2016
Following up on the first article: On Being an Artist

‘daydreaming is so important to me’: how david lynch fishes for ideas – artreview

irma blank, “senza parole” (p420 gallery, bologna, 26 jan – 30 march 2013)

[r] _ peter ganick: a first little list of links


EPC page


Xexoxial Editions:




a collab with Rosaire Appel:


from “ad infinitum” (collab P.G. / differx), 2011-12:

note on himself, in Otoliths (2016):
Peter Ganick published Potes & Poets Press and A.BACUS between 1980 and 2000. Then he worked with Jukka-Pekka Kervinen on various online enterprises like white sky books. He is a piano instructor in his 43rd year of continuous teaching. He is now mostly concentrated on visual art, but retains his love for the written/printed word.


michael jacobson interviewed


a conversation with marcel duchamp / james johnson sweeney. 1956

nathalie quintane. réinjecter de la politique dans la littérature (radiogrenouille, 2016)



living text bodies / kinga tóth

“ogni occasione è buona per creare il giudizio universale” (jannis kounellis @ blain southern berlin, 2012)

márton koppány interviewed



jennifer scappettone: interview @ sibila

interviews @



kenneth goldsmith interviewed (@ cnn)


kenneth goldsmith: there’s no such thing as writer’s block