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  1. Miriam Atkin, Fours

    Miriam Atkin

    Published May 2017
    On the occasion of the Kaf Collective residency at Wendy's Subway
    Graphic design by Gerardo Madera and Nicholas Weltyk
    Edition of 100 numbered copies

    Miriam Atkin is a writer whose work has been largely concerned with the possibilities of poetry as an oral medium in conversation with avant-garde film, music and dance. She teaches writing at CUNY and is a PhD candidate in English literature at The Graduate Center.

  2. Rami Karim, Smile & Nod, 2017

    Rami Karim
    Smile & Nod

    Published May 2017
    On the occasion of the Kaf Collective residency at Wendy's Subway
    Graphic design by Gerardo Madera and Nicholas Weltyk
    Edition of 100 numbered copies

    Rami Karim is an artist and writer based in Brooklyn. Their work has appeared in Apogee, The Brooklyn Review, The Invisible Bear, and Peregrine. They teach writing at the City University of New York and are a 2017 Margins Fellow at the Asian American Writers’ Workshop.

  3. Stacey Tran, fake haiku

    Stacey Tran

    fake haiku

    Published February 2017

    3 1/2 x 4 inches, 12 pages 
    Printed on Crane Lettra, with Chiyogami endpapers, and hand-stitched
    Edition of 100 numbered copies 

    I took notes on sleep talking, silence, stupidity
    I kept an armpit journal
    I made promises to send clippings 

    We are pleased to announce the publication of Stacey Tran's chapbook, fake haiku, winner of our first mini-manuscript open reading period. It is available for sale online on our website, at AWP 2017, and in selected bookstores in New York and Portland, Oregon. 

    Tran's chapbook was printed on letterpress by a dedicated team of printers and binders: Jackie Clark, Amy Lawless, Lucy Drummond, Elizaveta Shneyderman, and Emily Toder.

    Stacey Tran is a writer from Portland, OR. She curates Tender Table and her writing can be found in The Fanzine, diaCRITICS, GRAMMA, and The Volta. Excerpts from Fake Haiku have appeared online in Tagvverk and recorded for xray.fm.

    Stacey Tran in conversation with Vi Khi Nao in Cosmonauts Avenue.

  4. Rami Karim

    Rami Karim

    Smile & Nod
    Published 2018

    First published by Wendy's Subway in 2017, Rami Karim's Smile & Nod is now available in an expanded edition, featuring the poem "There needs to be a different word." 

    Design Assistance by  Gerardo Madera and Nicholas Weltyk
    Cover Illustration by Devin N. Morris, Shake the Hem, 2018
    Edition of 500 copies

    Rami Karim is a writer and artist from Los Angeles by way of Beirut. His work has appeared in The Brooklyn Review, Apogee, Makhzin, The Margins, and Tagvverk, among others, and he has performed at the Poetry Project, Pioneer Works and MoMA PS1. Rami is a 2017-18 Margins Fellow at the Asian American Writers’ Workshop, a lecturer at the City University of New York and a 2018 artist-in-residence at Cité internationale des arts in Paris.

    Also available at: 
    Printed Matter, NY
    McNally Jackson, NY
    Bureau General Services-Queer Division, NY
    Berl's Poetry Shop, Brooklyn, NY 
    Topos Bookstore, Ridgewood, NY
    Arab American National Museum Store, Dearbon, MI
    Yvon Lambert, Paris, France
    Section 8, Paris, France
    Shakespeare and Co, Paris, France 

  5. Anjali Khosla, Ghostbot

    Anjali Khosla

    Published March 2019 
    4 x 3.7 inches, 30 pages
    Letterpress-printed in Neenah Classic Crest in Bernhard Modern 
    Edition of 65 numbered copies 

    Ghostbot’s lovelorn haikus examine the tenderness of human loss and isolation through the familiar, aloof voice of omniscient, omnipresent automation. At times hilarious, but by and large devastating, this small collection wonderfully warps the sense of sensation itself, rendering grief through the chilly lens of a machine whose obedient and astute observation rings too true, inadvertently becoming the ultimate salute to the most profound of human feelings. Ghostbot is a remarkable and able study of the phenomenon of human pain and thought, as rendered by the chilly voice of a creation made to simulate its maker, while utterly defying its likeness. —Emily Toder 

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    Anjali Khosla is a Brooklyn-based journalist whose poetry and fiction has been published in Tarpaulin Sky, Juked, GlitterPony, and other publications. Broadsides of her poems have been printed by Broadsided Press and the Massachusetts Center For Renaissance Studies. Now she is working on a novel. 

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