Night Moves


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86 pages, perfect bound
Released in February 2013

Thanks for making Night Moves a bestselling book of poetry in 2013!

Reviews and more at:
Book Club Guide
Slate Review
Coal Hill Review
Los Angeles Review
Baltimore Magazine
Other People Podcast (audio interview starts at 1:12:30)
The Nervous Breakdown
Baltimore Sun
Murder Your Darlings
City Paper
Baltimore Fishbowl

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Here comes everybody, and they’ve sure got a lot to say about Bob Seger’s 1976 song “Night Moves.” Lifted whole from YouTube user comments, this book unfurls like a readymade litany of misspelled youth.
—Jeanne Liotta

This is a sad and powerful book of love poems. Stephanie Barber understands how things are supposed to work and recognizes that they are broken, and Night Moves is a screenshot for the help desk in the sky. It’s a conceptual ode to Internet philosophy, solidifying the transient nature of online conversation.
—Kenneth Goldsmith @kg_ubu

Additional information

Weight3.8 oz
Dimensions7 × 5 × .25 in
Author Bio

Stephanie Barber has had screenings of her film and video work at MoMA, NY, Anthology Film Archives, San Francisco’s Yerba Buena Center, Chicago Filmmakers and The Madison Museum of Contemporary Art. Her performances have been featured at the Baltimore Museum of Art, The Milwaukee Museum of Art, The Haggerty Museum of Art and galleries and artspaces around the world.

Stephanie Barber currently lives in Baltimore, MD USA. Her book, Night Moves, came out in 2013 and the chapbook All the People came out from Ink Press in 2015.