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Paolo Javier

A featured artist in Queens International 18, Paolo Javier is the author of the chapbook and cassette EP Maybe the Sweet Honey Pours (Nion Editions/Temporary Tapes 2019), and O.B.B., a long comics poem forthcoming from Nightboat Books.

GUDMUNDUR THORODDSEN Father’s Father

Gudmundur Thoroddsen’s first solo show in New York playfully interrogates the self and the nation’s patriarchs through a range of disciplines.

from Kundiman for the Condemned

ahlan wa sahlan note a poem o receive it here as it charades onto history's gauzy list

from Maybe the Sweet Honey Pours

Paolo Javier's recent collaboration with Listening Center (David Mason) will appear as a limited edition book/cassette, Ur'lyeh/Aklopolis, published by Texte und Töne in Autumn 2016.

True Account of Talking to the 7 in Sunnyside

A featured artist in Queens International 18, Paolo Javier is the author of the chapbook and cassette EP Maybe the Sweet Honey Pours (Nion Editions/Temporary Tapes 2019), and O.B.B., a long comics poem forthcoming from Nightboat Books.

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The Brooklyn Rail

JUL-AUG 2020

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