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“you don’t disappear” Good Friday, March 30, 2018, 7pm-9pm The Chapel at First Presbyterian Church Seattle With Serrah Russell, Barry Johnson, Naima Lowe & Hanita Schwartz Art in the House
The End of the Future is a series of hybrid nonfiction works that documents my reckoning with the real loss of imagined futures. The first of these slim, stand-alone volumes is Zombie: A Memoir. I’m presently seeking publication for Zombie while I wade into work on the second volume in the series.
In Zombie, I examine the intimate relationships of body, memory, identity, grief and rage in the anthropocene’s climate of ineffable, quotidian catastrophe…. Zombie is not a monster story. Rather it is, itself, a monster.Read MoreThe End of the Future
The island location that seemed so right has gone wrong. Alas, the good folks of the Anderson Island Historical Society have decided that it’s bad timing for us to use
Islanders is a feature film scheduled for production late summer of 2015. Written and directed by Anne de Marcken, it is her first feature-length project since the award-winning and groundbreaking