Browsing: Jessy Randall

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Review by Judy Swann One of the ways people respond to revolution in the arts is to ask, “But what does it mean?” Laurie Anderson, Alison Armstrong-Webber , Miranda July, Lily Gershon, Phillipe Petit, Raymond Queneau, and Gertrude Stein all got asked…

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Review by Hannah Cohen The Atari centipede, Paris, walkie-talkies, and poorly-drawn comics—Jessy Randall’s third collection Suicide Hotline Hold Music is as far-ranging in its topics and images of love, sex, and adulthood as it is humorous and wholly human. A…

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Poetry Comics by Jessy Randall – “The Topology of Motherhood” The diagrams (without added text) originally appeared in: Roger Fenn, ed. Topology of Low-Dimensional Manifolds: Proceedings of the Second Sussex Conference, 1977. Berlin, 1979. Jessy Randall’s motherhood-related poems and…