Poetry. In the age of data mining and identity theft, Dana Teen Lomax's DISCLOSURE has been called "the new memoir." Recently anthologized in Against Expression: An Anthology of Cultural Writing (Northwestern University Press, 2011), this work offers a critical interrogation of 21st century American society that will challenge and amuse. Compose solely of the found documents of everyday life, DISCLOSURE is documentary poetics as never seen before.
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Dana Teen Lomax is the author of several books of poetry, including from DISCLOSURE (Black Radish Books, 2011), Rx (Dusie Kollektiv, 2010), CURRENCY (Palm Press, 2006), ROOM (a+bend press, 1998), and co-editor, with Jennifer Firestone, of LETTERS TO POETS: CONVERSATIONS ABOUT POETICS, POLITICS, AND COMMUNITY (Saturnalia Books, 2008). Supported by the California Arts Council, the Zellerbach Family Fund, the Marins Arts Council and other organizations, her work has appeared most recently in Jacket, Poets and Writers, WAR AND PEACE (O Books), IMAGINARY SYLLABI (Palm Press), and Against Expression: An Anthology of Conceptual Writing (Northwestern University Press). She served as the Interim Director of Small Press Traffic Literary Arts Center in San Francisco, and as the Artistic Director for Kindergarde: Avant-garde Poems, Plays, Stories & Songs for Children. She teaches at San Francisco State University, Merritt College, and Marin Juvenile Hall. She lives in San Quentin, California. Author City: SAN QUENTIN, CA USA