Kathy Acker (1947-1997) par Élodie Petit, séance 28 !
Pour en finir avec une histoire de la littérature qui invisibilise et minorise les textes d’autrices et donc nuit à la littérature elle-même, chaque mois, les Parleuses organisent une séance de bouche à oreilles pour propager le matrimoine littéraire. Elles invitent une autrice contemporaine à se faire passeuse de l’œuvre d’une autrice du matrimoine. Chaque séance s’articule autour d’un atelier d’écriture, d’un atelier de lecture par arpentage et d’une performance inédite. Pour cette 28e séance imaginée dans le cadre du festival Hors Limites, l’autrice Élodie Petit imagine une séance dédiée à Kathy Acker, au lycée Feyder et à la médiathèque d’Epinay-sur-Seine. Voir Acast.com/privacy pour les informations sur la vie privée et l'opt-out.
"Die 3 der Woche": Jill Lepore, Kathy Acker & McKenzie Wark und Gabriela Adamesteanu
Unter Büchern mit Katrin Schumacher
Katrin Schumachers drei Buchtipps der Woche: Jill Lepore "Die geheime Geschichte von Wonderwoman", Kathy Acker & McKenzie Wark "Du hast es mir sehr angetan" und Gabriela Adamesteanu "Hommage an eine Sprachkünstlerin"
Kathy Acker, Great Expectations, Blood and Guts in High SchoolGrove Press, Barney RossetWilliam S Burroughs, Marguerite DurasNYU’s Fales Library, Rubenstein Rare Book and Manuscript Library at Duke UniversityLust for LifeThe Acker Award, Puschart PrizeChris Kraus, After Kathy Acker: A literary biographyGeorge Orwell, Nineteen Eighty-FourAlan Moore Robert Acker, Peter GordonUniversity of California, Brandeis University, City University of New York Ushttp://www.thebibliophiledailypodcast.carrd.cohttps://email@example.comRoxiehttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UCyAfdi8Qagiiu8uYaop7Qvwhttp://www.chaoticbibliophile.comhttp://instagram.com/chaoticbibliophilehttps://twitter.com/NewAllegroBeat
Name: Shirin Reading: Don Quixote, Kathy Acker Why did you want to read this? To me Kathy Acker’s writing represents possibility. Her work taught me that everything is possible: rules can not only be bent but forgone entirely. Acker’s stories are deeply rooted in our violent heteropatriarchal capitalist reality, but often veer toward an oneiric dimension which I like to think a reminder to wield the powerful gift of imagination to create new, collective-oriented, love-filled futures. Don Quixote is no exception. The famous knight is now a woman who sets to save the world by looking for love. Since I first discovered Acker’s work many years ago, I’m almost constantly in the process of rereading her writing. How did you record yourself? With a microphone and my laptop at my desk on a Sunday afternoon while staring at the bookshelves (books apparently help reduce echo more than being inside a closet does).
Episode 15: "Blood and Guts in High School" by Kathy Acker
Ep 15! We read our first donated book-"Blood and Guts in High School" by Kathy Acker. It's a metafictional text that doesn't really adhere to any specific form. And we riff about it! Topics riffed include an AMAZING Bill Clinton impression, doing drugs in buildings, saxophone shenanigans, and more! The world's funniest book podcast-Page 69 is sponsored by Audible. Get a free 30 day trial and a free audio book download at audibletrial.com/page69 Stay in touch with the show! Twitter: https://twitter.com/Page69podcast Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/page69podcast/ Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
CHRIS KRAUSS reads “After Kathy Acker” at Donlon books
London Fields Radio
Critically acclaimed an award-winning Author Chris Krauss (I Love Dick, Aliens & Anorexia, Torpor…) stopped by “Donlon Books” for an exclusive reading of her latest book “After Kathy Acker: A Biography” as well as a Q&A, and LFR was there to record it all.
In 1997, legendary experimental writer Kathy Acker was sent by The Guardian to interview The Spice Girls. Acker, who emerged from the New York punk scene, was the author of Blood and Guts in High School, a work so extreme it was banned in several countries. The Spice Girls were at the height of their superstardom, with a number of chart-topping hits around the world and about to make their American television debut. What happened when these two seemingly incongruous artists met? Where did the worlds of Kathy Acker, whose work was drenched in sex and shock, intersect with the ‘Girl Power’ ambassadors and teen idols The Spice Girls? Hosted by Hayley Campbell. Produced by Dale Shaw.
Ark Audio Book Club #23, Blood and Guts and High School, by Kathy Acker
This month on the Ark Audio Book Club, Macon Holt, Sarah Ommanney and Giovanna Alesandro are joined by ark books co-founder now of kbh læser, Ditte Nesdam-Madsen to discuss the reissue of Kathy Acker's transgressive, highly literary anti-novel, "Blood and Guts and High School".
Georgina Colby joins us in the studio to discuss our growing recognition of the punk writer Kathy Acker, an experimental late-modernist; Alev Scott on 'Weinsteining' in publishing and what we should do about it; Tove Jansson is best known as the creator of the Moomins, but there is a great deal more to her oeuvre than those strange hippopotamus-like creatures – TLS Arts editor Lucy Dallas visits a new retrospective of Jansson's work Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.