Poetry. Taylor Brady's OCCUPATIONAL TREATMENT continues the multi-volume cross-genre narrative work begun in Brady's MICROCLIMATES. Hopping from fragmented shards of poetry to cerebral prose to an odd and funny one-act play, OCCUPATIONAL TREATMENT sardonically explores the follies and momentary pleasures of existing in a jarring landscape saturated by media, detritus (real and imaginary), and other humans, a place where we occupiers find ourselves continually re-occupied by malevolent...well...unknowns.
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Taylor Brady lives in San Francisco. He is the author of several books of poetry and prose, most recently OCCUPATIONAL TREATMENT (Atelos, 2006), and YESTERDAY'S NEWS (Factory School, 2005). He is the co-author with Rob Halpern of SNOW SENSITIVE SKIN (2007, Atticus Finch; reissued in 2011 in an expanded edition by Displaced Press). He is active in the Nonsite Collective, and has recently edited the collected essays of Will Alexander for forthcoming publication. Author City: USA