Sources for The Journal of Multiple I’s

Sources:
wed_09: excerpt from Fragments of a Diary from Hell by Antonin Artaud (1925) + Sleeping Fit by Matt Harry via InDigest.
thu_17: Julia Cohen via Twitter.
fri_18: excerpt from “Purgatoire, a Proposal by Joris Lacoste” by Eve Couturier via The Purple Journal, No 11, 2007.
mon_23: excerpt from Pussy, King of the Pirates by Kathy Acker (Grove Press / Atlantic Monthly Press, 1996)+ Tender Buttons by Gertrude Stein.
fri_25: excerpt from The Writer by Nicole Brossard.
tue_29: the title of a poem by xTx via Illuminati Girl Gang Vol. 2 + Reborn, Susan Sontag, Early Diaries 1947-1963, edited by David Rieff Penguin (Penguin Books, 2008).
tue_05: excerpt from “Reborn, Susan Sontag, Early Diaries 1947-1963”, edited by David Rieff (Penguin Books, 2008).
sun_03: Anne Emond, A Mental Map, 2011 via Comiques.
tue_05: David Jhave Johnston via Twitter.
wed_06: Dream by Luna Miguel via Illuminati Girl Gang Vol. 1.
sat_09: excerpt from The Fetu’s Curious Monologue by Amy Gerstler via Pool, A Journal of Poetry.
sun_17: excerpt from The Ambiguous Ocean by Akasegawa Genpei translated by William A. Marotti, published at Simulacra and subversion in the everyday: Akasegawa Genpei’s 1000-yen copy, critical art, and the State (Postcolonial Studies, Vol. 4, No. 2, 2001).
thu_21: the title of a poem by Derek Mong via Court Green 4 (Columbia College Chicago, 2007) + excerpt from ON Ç from Killing Kanoko by Hiromi Itō, translated by Jeffrey Angles (Action Books, 2009).
sat_23: Gertrude Stein’s own commentary on Tender Buttons.
sun_24: Theresa Hak Kyung Cha, Mot Caché, 1978 via UC Berkeley, Berkeley Art Museum/Pacific Film Archive.
tue_26: David Jhave Johnston via Twitter + excerpt from Reborn, Susan Sontag, Early Diaries 1947-1963, edited by David Rieff (Penguin Books, 2008) + Ashley Obscura via Twitter + excerpt from the poem The Somatosensory Cortex by Derek Mong via Court Green 4 (Columbia College Chicago, 2007).

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