Send My Love to Anyone | Issue 11
with Gail Scott
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Welcome to Issue 11 of Send My Love to Anyone!
I’m thrilled to publish an excerpt from Gail Scott’s, Permanent Revolution (Book*hug, 2021), a collection of new and recreated essays.
In the introduction to the book, Zoe Whittall writes: “For those of us who devour Scott’s work, the essays in Permanent Revolution answer the question, What has she been thinking about art, new and difficult writing, narrative and its breaking points, community, and revolution, for the last twenty years? For those who are new to Scott’s work, the collection will serve as an excellent introduction to an iconic thinker in the field of the feminist and queer avant-garde.”
Anne Boyer describes Permanent Revolution as a “vital set of meditations on difficulty and feminist art. Gail Scott convincingly and beautifully evokes feminism as an ongoing experimental practice: courageous, expansive, and necessary to all.”
And as end-of-year lists and award nominations rear their ugly heads for many authors, I offer you some thoughts on The Book Graveyard and the power of low expectations.
ICYMI, here are Send My Love to Anyone’s November Recommendations!
Hope you enjoy!
Issue #11 of Send My Love to Anyone
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