Stephanie Barber, Linda Franklin, Megan McShea, handsome stranger

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Warmer days: Megan McShea, at left, is the author of A Mountain City of Toad Splendor. Stephanie Barber, at right, is the author of Night Moves and these here separated. Between them is local artist and writer Linda Franklin. In front of them is I don’t know. This photo from the Shattered Wig … Read More

Book Club Guide for Stephanie Barber’s NIGHT MOVES

Stephanie Barber offers some thoughts about her new book, Night Moves, a compilation of YouTube user comments about the Bob Seger song of the same name.  This book is so conceptual. Should it include an introduction or an explanatory note of some sort? I think the temptation is to couch it in … Read More

Night Moves by Stephanie Barber

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February 12, 2013 5 x 7″ 86 pages Paperback: $10 Thanks for making Night Moves a bestselling book of poetry in 2013! Reviews and more at: Book Club Guide Bark Slate Review Coal Hill Review Los Angeles Review VICE Baltimore Magazine Other People Podcast (audio interview starts at 1:12:30) The Nervous Breakdown … Read More

Stephanie Barber and Bonnie Jones in NYC, 9/22/12

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Multi-disciplinary artists Bonnie Jones and Stephanie Barber (whose book and DVD, these here separated, was published in 2008) have invented an interesting new way to present improvised literature. They’ll be performing it for twelve (yes, 12) hours at the Reverse Space in Brooklyn on September 22. Complete details here. Here’s … Read More

Cineaste Article about Stephanie Barber’s These Here Separated

The summer issue of Cineaste features Michael Sicinski’s three-page article about book-DVD combos by Stephanie Barber and Abigail Child. It explores the questions filmmakers face about making DVDs of their work, and if it makes sense for an audience to attend screenings with some foreknowledge of the experimental films they’re going … Read More