Poetry. LGBT Studies. "j/j hastain's book A WOMB-SHAPED WORMHOLE is one beginning for a world attempting to make itself in advance of its articulation. But it can be articulated by scents, which is to say, 'traces'—like musk, patchouli, mustard, 'split truffles,' or even attar of long-dead altars and imagined memories. In this beginning lie the orgasms of fractals, revealing how fractions require flesh as condition precedent to existence—for who we may not at first recognize is nonetheless not that different from you and me"—Eileen R. Tabios.
j/j hastain is a queer, mystic, seer, singer, photographer, lover, priest/ess, gender shaman, and writer. As artist and activist of the audible, j/j is the author of several cross-genre books and enjoys ceremonial performances in an ongoing project regarding gender, shamanism, eros and embodiments.Author City: BOULDER, CO USA