25 October 2014

Fiktion in America I:

Goethe-Institute New York, 2-7 pm

On October 25 2014 Fiktion and Goethe-Institut New York are organizing The Word Electric, a workshop exploring new ways of digital publishing. At The Word Electric, Fiktion will convene with a range of New York-based organizations, projects, and collectives that publish and review digital literature outside the purview of the dominant corporate players. The Word Electric will provide an opportunity to exchange ideas and present them to the public.

Opening with a keynote from media theorist Boris Groys with the title “Private is Global: Writing in the Internet,” speakers will include Paul Chan (Badlands Unlimited), Stephen Elliott (The Rumpus), Christopher Glazek (Genius), Kenneth Goldsmith (UbuWeb), Henriette Gallus (Fiktion), Spencer Madsen (Sorry House), Ingo Niermann (Fiktion), John Oakes (OR Books), Karen Phillips (Words Without Borders), and Emily Segal (K-Hole).

Wyoming Building
5 East 3rd Street
New York, NY 10003

Fiktion in Amerika II:

In the week of Halloween (October 27 – November 2), Jakob Nolte will travel around New England and read in or outside the following high schools from his high-school mystery thriller ALFF, recently published by Fiktion:

Albany High School
Montpelier High School
Casco Bay High School
Boston Latin School
Springfield Renaissance School.