Monday, October 20, 2014

I Eat Cannibals + reading in Savannah


I Eat Cannibals is out now! I'm really proud of it and super grateful to Steve Halle at co.im.press for designing such a perfect outfit for my text. Do it purchase it direct from co.im.press cuz small press is best.

Do you or any loved ones live in Savannah, GA? I am reading there on Saturday evening with Magdalena Zurawski at Seersucker Live.

Tuesday, September 23, 2014

new BoL titles

Birds of Lace has been BUSY. there are three fantastic new chapbooks to feast your eyes/mind/hearts on:



Lucas de Lima's Terraputa, Joohyun Kim's As Rhizomes We Will Live One Million Years or More, and Danielle Pafunda's When You Left Me... can all be purchased at the BoL etsy shop. You can also purchase a 2014 subscription, which will get you all those plus Kristen Stone's do-si-do chapbook and our forthcoming broadside folio, feat. work by LaTasha N. Nevada Diggs, Cathy Park Hong, Christine Shan Shan Hou, and Niina Pollari.

p.s. For the month of September you can get free U.S. shipping by using the code "backtoschool" at checkout!

Friday, September 19, 2014

I Eat Cannibals trailer by Paul Cunningham

i eat cannibals (Gina Abelkop) from Paul Cunningham on Vimeo.


Paul Cunningham made this beautiful trailer for my new book, I Eat Cannibals, which will out next month from co.im.press. This trailer references several things from the title poem, including the song after which the book is named, Joanna Newsom's "Swansea," the film Badlands, Rachel Feinstein's sculptures, and the spooky guide of the book, the cassowary. Additionally, Arielle Greenberg said some nice things about the book:

“In I Eat Cannibals, the spacey-smart, anxious-bold, seriously funny speaker plays every possible role—zoo animal, redhead, pioneer, corset, priest—opposite women who are crushes, heroines and BFFs. The poems channel like mediums at seances, and they time-travel (though admittedly mostly just to shop), drawing Dickinson and Sharon Tate into a contemporary world of “spiritually iridescent horror” where the dominant mode of being is Complicit. “For what I’ve done / I’m sorry,” Abelkop writes, “I do it / every day.” Readers of this work are glad she does.”

You can pre-order it here.

Saturday, September 13, 2014

spring 2015 rtw favorite part II

marchesa


sophie theallet


carolina herrera


diane von furstenburg


Thursday, September 11, 2014

spring '15 nyfw favorites

rodarte


jeremy scott


anna sui


betsey johnson