Get Rid of Meaning: A Journal of Interdisciplinary Writing Issue #1, Sticky Fingers Publishing, 2024, 12.5 x 26 cm, 78 pages, PB
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Get Rid of Meaning: A Journal of Interdisciplinary Writing is a new periodical by Sticky Fingers Publishing, exploring how and where meaning is produced, maintained and distributed. Here we conjure Kathy Acker, writing in Empire of the Senseless: “GET RID OF MEANING. YOUR MIND IS A NIGHTMARE THAT HAS BEEN EATING YOU: NOW EAT YOUR MIND.” This first issue gathers together initial responses to this provocation, interrogating the material conditions and affective systems of meaning-making. Exploring sites from the gallery to the community meeting place, and modes from fabulation to prayer, these works uncover the intersections between identity, sensuality, materiality and marginalisation.

Sticky Fingers Publishing is an intra-dependant press based in South East London, run by Kaiya Waerea and Sophie Paul. We are a feminist, queer, disabled-led publisher producing experimental non-fiction at the intersection of academia, visual culture, art, design and performance.
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