Feminist Review, Khairani Barokka
“Julietta Singh’s remarkable collection of essays—or, as I read them, prose poems—No Archive Will Restore You (2018), is one of the clearest, most honest articulations of various pains I’ve ever read. I am so deeply grateful for it, as a fellow brown person working in and with archives, as a fellow pained woman for many years, as a woman who has had romances archived/imprisoned online as the one she describes in the book is.”
Los Angeles Review of Books, Gerri Kimber
“There is no ending to the story as such, no resolution, but the journey to the very last page is nothing short of electrifying.”
Los Angeles Review of Books, Jonathan Alexander
“WRITING SEX is a series of short interviews with contemporary writers who are breaking new ground in writing about sex and sexuality. Sometimes ribald but always smart, these writers push the limits of our ability to imagine what sex is, what it means, and what it could be.”
Check out the first interview with Dennis Cooper and read Jonathan Alexander’s Punctum Book, Creep: A Life, a Theory, An Apology
Research Information, Heather Staines
Heather Staines showcases the scholarly publishing and communication initiatives, including Punctum and COPIM, utilizing the Knowledge Futures Group’s open source platform, PubPub.
‘We found in PubPub a mission-aligned initiative, providing a transparent and open source space for us to talk about what we are doing,' notes Dan Rudmann, director for community relations at Punctum Books.
Higher Education’s Big Rethink, Bryan Alexander
“Moments like this are opportunities for us to expand what we think is politically possible.”
Lester Spence, author of Knocking the Hustle, discusses the ways in which higher education has and should respond to our current moment.
Dartmouth News, Hannah Silverstein
edited by Felicitas Macgilchrist & Rosalie Metro
by Matthew Jones
by M. Munro
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