Claire Donato

Claire Donato lives in Brooklyn and is the author of two books: Burial (Tarpaulin Sky Press, 2013), a not-novel, and The Second Body (Poor Claudia, 2016), a collection of poems. Recent writing has appeared or is forthcoming in Territory, DIAGRAM, Bennington ReviewVICEPEN America, and Fanzine. Currently, she is writing a collection of short stories called Kind Mirrors, Ugly Ghosts. She teaches poetics in the Writing Program at Pratt Institute. http://somanytumbleweeds.com


To Give Emotional Labor Away So It Illuminates Its Recipients with Bright Blue Light by Claire Donato   Recently updated !

An Introduction by Jeff T. Johnson Wittgenstein said: “No proposition can contain itself as an argument” = The only thing not prerecorded in a prerecorded universe is the prerecording itself which is to say any recording that contains a random factor. —William S. Burroughs, The Ticket That Exploded   Claire Donato’s Material Studies play with […]


For Years, I Wrote in Code to Protect Others from My Thinking by Claire Donato   Recently updated !

An Introduction by Jeff T. Johnson Wittgenstein said: “No proposition can contain itself as an argument” = The only thing not prerecorded in a prerecorded universe is the prerecording itself which is to say any recording that contains a random factor. —William S. Burroughs, The Ticket That Exploded   Claire Donato’s Material Studies play with […]


All This Fear by Claire Donato   Recently updated !

An Introduction by Jeff T. Johnson Wittgenstein said: “No proposition can contain itself as an argument” = The only thing not prerecorded in a prerecorded universe is the prerecording itself which is to say any recording that contains a random factor. —William S. Burroughs, The Ticket That Exploded   Claire Donato’s Material Studies play with […]