queering language

By Mary T Duerksen   En las idiomas Romanticas, sustanivos y adjectivos son dé género. In Romance languages, nouns and adjectives are gendered. Mi tarea es a 'un-género' estas linguas. My task is to 'un-gender' these languages. Usaré el Español como ejemplo I will use Spanish as an example. In mi trabajo, yo estudio e investigo sistemas que oprimen … Continue reading queering language

Rio Morning Sounds

By Mary T. Duerksen The photo and audio clip provided come from our second semester student Mary. Listen to the sounds of Rio in the morning, from construction, to dogs barking, to the buzz of a beautiful city.

Everything is Translatable, Especially A Rubik’s Cube

By Tony Pizzo During my first semester retreat to the Atlantic Center for the Arts last January, I attended many eye-opening poetry workshops analyzing the vast selections of form, process, and purpose available to me in this curious expanded field. Among them was a focus on translation, taught by the wonderful John Pluecker. You know … Continue reading Everything is Translatable, Especially A Rubik’s Cube