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Author: Stephanie Anderson

Stephanie Anderson is the author of IN THE KEY OF THOSE WHO CAN NO LONGER ORGANIZE THEIR ENVIRONMENTS (Horse Less Press, 2013), LANDS OF YIELD (Horse Less Press, 2017) and IF YOU LOVE ERROR SO LOVE ZERO (Trembling Pillow Press, 2018), as well as several chapbooks. She lives in Beijing, where she is a member of the Tsinghua-Michigan Society of Fellows at the Institute for World Literatures and Cultures, Tsinghua University.

IF YOU LOVE ERROR SO LOVE ZERO
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IF YOU LOVE ERROR SO LOVE ZERO

Trembling Pillow Press

Poetry. "Personal, dark and really interesting poems, made in 'conceptual' framework—and there are words of others—turned into what happened to oneself. Very good ear here, and place, and descriptions of moments not hithertofore described in poetry....

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In the Key of Those Who Can No Longer Organize Their Environments

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In the Key of Those Who Can No Longer Organize Their Environments

Horse Less Press

Poetry. "She dreamt she was telling you about her dreams. The dinosaur-calls of loons; the hum of a canoe. I tried to tell her about frontier, but she was too far gone in collection. Besides, everyone has a stolen country stowed away. It is a moth p...

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Lands of Yield
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Lands of Yield

Horse Less Press

Poetry. A dated "poemlogue," LANDS OF YIELD transcribes Tokyo's fantastic sensorium via rigid syllabics and mutating form. In dialogue with Joe Brainard's I Remember, Bernadette Mayer's early durational works, and various diaries, the text also fora...

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The Nightyard
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The Nightyard

Noemi Press

Poems. "Like a steampunk great-grandniece of Lorine Niedecker, Stephanie Anderson has cobbled together a quirky, hardscrabble, and defiantly pre-digital idiolect in THE NIGHTYARD. Scrupulously crafted and a little austere in temperament, Anderson's ...

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