///SEP. 27 Minneapolis, MN
Because to Ghost is to Stay: A Conversation with Fred Moten, Alexis Pauline Gumbs, and Douglas Kearney
Coffman Theater, Minneapolis, MN
///OCT. 05 Notre Dame, IN
7:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m.
&Now 2018 Opening Reading
University of Notre Dame
///OCT. 23 Philadelphia, PA
City Planning Poetics 6: Urban Revitalization (w/Brian Goldstein)
Kelly Writer’s House
///DEC. 10 New York, NY
The Tenth Muse: Reading with Tracie Morris, LaTasha N. Nevada Diggs, and Douglas Kearney
92nd Street Y
My “essay” collection, Mess and Mess and, is out now! It is a part of Noemi Press’s Infidel Poetics Series and features writing about the Negrotesque, Eye Weather, Grunt Syntax, and more.
Mess and Mess and is Miss Ann’s apocalypse, Amos ‘n’ Andy’s undermanumission, Douglas Kearney’s antimassapiece.—Fred Moten
Kearney creates his own methods for naming and theorizing not just creative process but the experience of art and utterance as a relationship with the various phenomena of living, dying and getting free.—Tisa Bryant
Plus, coming in April 2016, a collection of opera libretti—Someone Took They Tongues. (Subito Press).
Aaaaaand, in July 2016, a new poetry collection from Fence Books, Buck Studies.