Sarah Gerard & Amy Gall: Recycle

Recycle, a book of collages and text co-authored by Sarah Gerard  and Amy Gall, is forthcoming from Pacific in 2018. The collaboration features twenty-seven original collages by each author, bookending an in-depth “collaged” conversation addressing the natural vs. the man-made, female sexuality, and spatial dysmorphia.

Sarah Gerard is the author of the essay collection Sunshine State, a New York Times critics’ choice, the novel Binary Star, a finalist for the Los Angeles Times first fiction prize, and two chapbooks. Her short stories, essays, interviews, and criticism have appeared in The New York Times, Granta, The Baffler, Vice, BOMB Magazine, and other journals, as well as anthologies. Her paper collages have appeared in Hazlitt, BOMB Magazine, the Blue Earth Review, and Racquet & Tax, and have shown in Denver, Colorado, and Hudson, New York. She’s been supported by fellowships and residencies from Yaddo, Tin House, PlatteForum, Ucross, and Pocoapoco. She writes a monthly column for Hazlitt and teaches writing in New York City.











When: Thu., March 29, 2018 at 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Where: Books Are Magic
225 Smith St.
718-246-2665
Price: Free
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Recycle, a book of collages and text co-authored by Sarah Gerard  and Amy Gall, is forthcoming from Pacific in 2018. The collaboration features twenty-seven original collages by each author, bookending an in-depth “collaged” conversation addressing the natural vs. the man-made, female sexuality, and spatial dysmorphia.

Sarah Gerard is the author of the essay collection Sunshine State, a New York Times critics’ choice, the novel Binary Star, a finalist for the Los Angeles Times first fiction prize, and two chapbooks. Her short stories, essays, interviews, and criticism have appeared in The New York Times, Granta, The Baffler, Vice, BOMB Magazine, and other journals, as well as anthologies. Her paper collages have appeared in Hazlitt, BOMB Magazine, the Blue Earth Review, and Racquet & Tax, and have shown in Denver, Colorado, and Hudson, New York. She’s been supported by fellowships and residencies from Yaddo, Tin House, PlatteForum, Ucross, and Pocoapoco. She writes a monthly column for Hazlitt and teaches writing in New York City.

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