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Trinie Dalton

TRINIE DALTON has published six books, most recently Baby Geisha (Two Dollar Radio). She teaches at Vermont College of Fine Arts, Art Center, and USC. She has forthcoming fiction and poetry in the Santa Monica Review, the Austin Review, G.A.G. (Capricious Publishing), and the Milan Review; her art writing is forthcoming in books about David Altmejd (Rizzoli), Laura Owens (Rizzoli), Dorothy Iannone (Siglio), Dorothy Iannone’s Retrospective (Berlinische Galerie/Migros Museum), and Abstraction in Contemporary Video Art (UC Press). Visit her at sweettomb.com.


In 2005, designer and typographer Lisa Wagner, my collaborator on Dear New Girl or Whatever Your Name Is (McSweeney’s), introduced me to issue number four of Dan Nadel’s dream-zine, The Ganzfeld.


The Brooklyn Rail

JUNE 2020

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