Christian Viveros-Faune, left, Tyler Green, right
The recent events that culminated in New York City’s Village Voice “releasing” their art critic Christian Viveros-Fauné raise serious questions about the reasonableness of demanding a list of mandatory ethics for critics (who are the only people perhaps lower that artists on the art-earnings and power totem-pole), while ignoring the fact that there are far more pernicious webs of sleaze in more powerful sections of the artworld.
Michaela A. Gabriel lives in Vienna, Austria, where she assists adults in acquiring computer and English skills. She has been published in English, German, Italian, and Polish, both online and in print, most recently in Eclectica, Loch Raven Review, Underground Window, The Hiss Quarterly, MindFire, and Niederngasse's Erotica Supplement. Her first chapbook, apples for adam, is available from FootHills Publishing, and her collection, the secret meanings of greek letters, was published by dancing girl press in 2007.
beta (Β, β)
plastered to the
road on winter nights,
it evokes bleached adders
Dear Mr. Shark,
We are delighted to tell you that you have been nominated for a Richard H. Driehaus Foundation Individual Artist Award, the first actual Shark to be thus uhhhmmmmm......'honored'
THOMAS MASTERS GALLERY
GROUP SHOW "15 years"
January 18th - March 14th
Jaswinder Bolina was born in Chicago in 1978. He received his B.A. from Loyola University Chicago and his M.F.A. from the University of Michigan. He currently studies and teaches in Athens, Ohio, where he is a Ph.D. student in the Creative Writing Program at Ohio University. His book Carrier Wave was the winner of the 2006 Colorado Prize for Poetry (Center for Literary Publishing, 2007).
Inside me lived a small donkey. I didn't
believe in magic, but the donkey
was a sucker for the stuff. Psychics,