Joyelle McSweeney & Johannes Goransson
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Theoretically minded and practice oriented, McSweeney and Göransson's interests range outside the literary mainstream and even the "experimental" literary mainstream, incorporating cutting-edge media theory, the aesthetics of abjection, and theories of disability as they apply to translation. Deformation Zone: On Translation comprises two essays, one by each author, exploring their ideas.
- 07.02.14 | Joyelle McSweeney and Johannes Göransson's Deformation Zone: On Translation reviewed by Liz McGehee in The Volta Blog
- 02.14.14 | Joyelle McSweeney receives prize for new play
- 10.05.12 | UDP poets at inaugural Iowa City Poets Theater
- 04.03.12 | Deformation Zone reviewed at HTMLGiant