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About the author


Olive Esther Kuhn is a Philadelphia-based writer and organizer originally from Middletown, CT. A recent graduate from Bard College where they studied Creative Writing, Poetry and Spanish Studies, their work has appeared in La Voz magazine, yst publications, Sui Generis, Bard Papers and The Humanist magazine. They have published two chapbooks of poetry: A Bouquet of Roots (2017) by the Bard Student Reading Series, and Pink Telemachus (2019) a poetic and visual collaboration with artist Olivia Caro. Olive has read their poetry at many venues in NY and PA and also performs their music under the name Recluse Spider.
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Losing Lorca: a mixtape critique
by Olive Esther Kuhn

Overview


Advanced praise describes "Losing Lorca" as: "...showcasing a powerful new voice in experimental queer criticism and translation. Olive Esther Kuhn's words—both in translating Lorca's work and writing their own—are precise and exquisite, and their care for both semantic meaning and aesthetic sensibility are evident in each syllable. "Losing Lorca" shows Kuhn's commitment to listening to other voices in imagining a historical queer collective that shifts and bends across time and space." –Natalie Prizel

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Recto y Verso Editions, Inc. is proud to announce the release of "Losing Lorca: a mixtape critique" by Olive Esther Kuhn. This project took well over a year to complete, came to fruition through many extensive revisions and originally began as Olive's Senior Year Thesis for Bard College's Written Arts & Spanish Studies program.

Advanced praise describes "Losing Lorca" as: "...showcasing a powerful new voice in experimental queer criticism and translation. Olive Esther Kuhn's words—both in translating Lorca's work and writing their own—are precise and exquisite, and their care for both semantic meaning and aesthetic sensibility are evident in each syllable. "Losing Lorca" shows Kuhn's commitment to listening to other voices in imagining a historical queer collective that shifts and bends across time and space." –Natalie Prizel

Recto y Verso EDITIONS, Inc. was founded in July 2017 by poet and artist Christian Ortega as a wild experiment to facilitate a creative dialogue between the Literary Arts and the Visual Arts. RVE is a publisher and online store specializing in the promotion and sale of limited editions, independent authors, small press, special exhibitions, artist's books/ephemera and more.

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Overview


Advanced praise describes "Losing Lorca" as: "...showcasing a powerful new voice in experimental queer criticism and translation. Olive Esther Kuhn's words—both in translating Lorca's work and writing their own—are precise and exquisite, and their care for both semantic meaning and aesthetic sensibility are evident in each syllable. "Losing Lorca" shows Kuhn's commitment to listening to other voices in imagining a historical queer collective that shifts and bends across time and space." –Natalie Prizel

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Description


Recto y Verso Editions, Inc. is proud to announce the release of "Losing Lorca: a mixtape critique" by Olive Esther Kuhn. This project took well over a year to complete, came to fruition through many extensive revisions and originally began as Olive's Senior Year Thesis for Bard College's Written Arts & Spanish Studies program.

Advanced praise describes "Losing Lorca" as: "...showcasing a powerful new voice in experimental queer criticism and translation. Olive Esther Kuhn's words—both in translating Lorca's work and writing their own—are precise and exquisite, and their care for both semantic meaning and aesthetic sensibility are evident in each syllable. "Losing Lorca" shows Kuhn's commitment to listening to other voices in imagining a historical queer collective that shifts and bends across time and space." –Natalie Prizel

Recto y Verso EDITIONS, Inc. was founded in July 2017 by poet and artist Christian Ortega as a wild experiment to facilitate a creative dialogue between the Literary Arts and the Visual Arts. RVE is a publisher and online store specializing in the promotion and sale of limited editions, independent authors, small press, special exhibitions, artist's books/ephemera and more.

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Book details

Genre:LITERARY CRITICISM

Subgenre:Poetry

Language:English

Pages:78

Format:Paperback

eBook ISBN:9781098315832

Paperback ISBN:9781098315825


Overview


Advanced praise describes "Losing Lorca" as: "...showcasing a powerful new voice in experimental queer criticism and translation. Olive Esther Kuhn's words—both in translating Lorca's work and writing their own—are precise and exquisite, and their care for both semantic meaning and aesthetic sensibility are evident in each syllable. "Losing Lorca" shows Kuhn's commitment to listening to other voices in imagining a historical queer collective that shifts and bends across time and space." –Natalie Prizel

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Description


Recto y Verso Editions, Inc. is proud to announce the release of "Losing Lorca: a mixtape critique" by Olive Esther Kuhn. This project took well over a year to complete, came to fruition through many extensive revisions and originally began as Olive's Senior Year Thesis for Bard College's Written Arts & Spanish Studies program.

Advanced praise describes "Losing Lorca" as: "...showcasing a powerful new voice in experimental queer criticism and translation. Olive Esther Kuhn's words—both in translating Lorca's work and writing their own—are precise and exquisite, and their care for both semantic meaning and aesthetic sensibility are evident in each syllable. "Losing Lorca" shows Kuhn's commitment to listening to other voices in imagining a historical queer collective that shifts and bends across time and space." –Natalie Prizel

Recto y Verso EDITIONS, Inc. was founded in July 2017 by poet and artist Christian Ortega as a wild experiment to facilitate a creative dialogue between the Literary Arts and the Visual Arts. RVE is a publisher and online store specializing in the promotion and sale of limited editions, independent authors, small press, special exhibitions, artist's books/ephemera and more.

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About the author


Olive Esther Kuhn is a Philadelphia-based writer and organizer originally from Middletown, CT. A recent graduate from Bard College where they studied Creative Writing, Poetry and Spanish Studies, their work has appeared in La Voz magazine, yst publications, Sui Generis, Bard Papers and The Humanist magazine. They have published two chapbooks of poetry: A Bouquet of Roots (2017) by the Bard Student Reading Series, and Pink Telemachus (2019) a poetic and visual collaboration with artist Olivia Caro. Olive has read their poetry at many venues in NY and PA and also performs their music under the name Recluse Spider.

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