There Is Nothing To Divide Us If We Do Not Exist
Title: There Is Nothing To Divide Us If We Do Not Exist
76 pages, softcover, 10.25 x 6.125 in.
Publisher: Dominica, 2015
A book of sci-fi poems in two parts: one part consists of reviews, some of them fictional reviews of other fiction, the other part, told as a biographical story, uses sci-fi to think about otherness, adoption, and how we trace the idea of who exactly a person is.
About the Author:
Chicago-based Sara Knox Hunter is an artist, writer, and founder of Summer Forum, a discussion-based residency.
There Is Nothing To Divide Us If We Do Not Exist is part of our presentation of new and recent works from Dominica Publishing, the artist-run imprint of Martine Syms. Based in Los Angeles, Dominica is dedicated to exploring blackness as a topic, reference, marker and audience in visual culture.