Friday Night Series: Readings by Brandon Shimoda & Anna Della Subin

Brandon Shimoda‘s recent books are The Desert (poetry and prose; The Song Cave), Dept. of Posthumous Letters (drawings; text by Dot Devota and Caitie Moore; Argos Books), and The Grave on the Wall (an ancestral memoir, forthcoming from City Lights). He is currently researching/writing a book on the afterlife of Japanese American incarceration, passages from which have appeared in/on The Asian American Literary Review, Densho Blog, Hyperallergic, The Margins, and The New Inquiry. He lives in the desert.
Anna Della Subin is a writer, critic, and independent scholar. She is the author of Not Dead But Sleeping (Triple Canopy, 2016), a book-length essay on the cultural politics of sleep. Her work has appeared in the London Review of Books, Harper’s, The New York Times, The White Review, and The New Yorker online, as well as in several artists’ publications. She is also a contributing editor at Bidoun, a publishing and curatorial initiative focused on the Middle East and its diasporas. Her book Accidental Gods, on men inadvertently turned into deities, is forthcoming from Metropolitan/Henry Holt.   
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