Erin Moure

“To march is writing”: Anarchism and Resistance in _Pillage Laud_

In light of these discussions of readership, authorship, and anti-archive, I should at this juncture spend some time discussing the role of politics proper, and for the sake of this project, of anarchism, in Pillage Laud. The text is at once clearly politicized—by virtue of the necessarily antitraditional positioning of the texts as lesbian sex … Continue reading

Erin Moure

“My line (article) has sighed”: Authorial Subjectivity and Technology

But, as postanarchism repeatedly insists throughout this project, a discussion of readership and the reading process is incomplete without being accompanied by a study of authorship and the process of producing a text. In a text such as Pillage Laud, which seems to flaunt its experimental and unique authorial practices, this issue has not gone … Continue reading