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An Evening with Chris Kraus

The White Review is excited to present Chris Kraus in conversation with Zoe Pilger on Monday 12 January, at the London Review Bookshop.

 

Immediately after the publication of her first novel, I Love Dick (1997), Chris Kraus — writer, filmmaker and performance artist — became a cult figure in the parts of the literary world that are so often referred to as ‘experimental’. She is also, significantly, the editor and originator of Semiotext(e)’s Native Agents imprint, which publishes radical and feminist writers like Kathy Acker, Eileen Myles, Kate Zambreno, and Michelle Tea. On a rare visit to London, she joins Zoe Pilger, author of Eat My Heart Out (Serpent’s Tail), in conversation.

 

Chris Kraus featured in The White Review No. 8, as the subject of an interview by Lauren Elkin, and The White Review No. 10, as the author of a short fiction. We published the first chapter of Zoe Pilger’s Eat My Heart Out in The White Review No. 9

 

Please note that this event is ticketed. You can reserve a space via the London Review of Books website.


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