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On November 3, 2017, the Friday of homecoming weekend at USC, Kaya Press hosted its annual Visions and Voices event with Kaya authors Anelise Chen and Q.M. Zhang in conversation with Los Angeles–based writers Tisa Bryant and Chris Kraus around the topic of hybrid fiction. To usher in the discussion, each writer first read from […]

11/03

11/03

I Love Dick, Chris Kraus’s auto-fiction about the obsessions of a writer named Chris Kraus, has influenced a generation of writers to experiment with blurring fact and fiction as a way to claim radical subjectivity. The book has now been adapted into an Amazon Prime series produced by Jill Soloway (Transparent). In a conversation about how […]

08/26

08/26

Kaya Press & ARTBOOK at Hauser & Wirth Los Angeles are pleased to welcome Anelise Chen and Jarett Kobek for the release of Anelise Chen debut novel So Many Olympic Exertions, described as “formally unique and inventive” by Publisher’s Weekly. Blending elements of self-help, memoir, and sports writing, So Many Olympic Exertions is an experimental […]

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Anelise Chen’s debut novel So Many Olympic Exertions is now available widely, and there are going to be a slew of awesome events where you can see her read and discuss her work this late-summer and through the Fall. Be sure to make it out to one of these, and stay tuned for more events! […]

 
 
 
 

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