Moloko Print

Gregor Kunz was born in East-Berlin in 1959 and worked odd jobs, such as forestry worker, postman and cinema assistant, to support his practice as a fiercely independent artist and writer in the German Democratic Republic. Kunz contributed to Samizdat magazines in the 1980s and has produced and published poems…
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Moloko’s compilation Splitter (= Splinters) combines poems by Dakini Böhmer and a choice of drawings by Heinz Pelz. Böhmer’s fragmented and intimate meditations on love, friendship and daily life find themselves not so much illustrated as visualized by Pelz’s delicate and searching drawings. They reinforce each other and together they scratch the…
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German writer and poet Joachim Sartorius (Fürth, 1946) grew up in Tunis and currently lives in Berlin and Syracuse. From 1995 to 2000 he used to be Secretary-General of the Goethe Institute and from 2000 to 2011 Intendant of the Berliner Festspiele. He has published eight poetry compilations, three travel journals and numerous…
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For most of his life, Ace Farren Ford has stretched the limits of sounds and visuals to a point beyond reasonable identity. A founding member of the Los Angeles Free Music Society (LAFMS) and a very early member of the pioneer noise rock band Smegma, he has played with such varied ensembles as Crowbar Salvation, Rancid Vat, the Mystery Band, EXP…
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In this slim edition, beautifully designed by Anneke Auer, publisher Ben Schot interviews poet Yannis Livadas about the current position of poetry in general. Starting from Filippo Tommaso Marinetti’s violent notion of poetry, the discussion follows a precarious path of its own. Schot’s prosaic train of thought clashes with Livadas’s poetic language…
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