Episode Three: Julietta Singh
Keywords:loss, pain, mess, disaster, haunting, non-linearity, process, resistance, dreams, cicadas
This episode draws on two different recordings of conversations between Rajni Shah and Julietta Singh, in which they discover and recognise common ground in their lived and embodied experiences while learning to let go of expectations about how the recording process itself might unfold. The structure of this episode is non-linear, inviting the listener on a disorienting and dreamy listening adventure.
In the accompanying offering to this episode, Julietta shares a reading from her new book, The Breaks.
Full credits and transcript for this episode will be published when the episode is released on 13 March 2021.
Butler, Octavia. 1993. Parable of the Sower. New York: Four Walls Eight Windows.
Butler, Octavia. 1992. Parable of the Talents. New York: Seven Stories Press.
Singh, Julietta. 2018. Unthinking Mastery: Dehumanism and Decolonial Entanglements. Durham, NC: Duke University Press. https://doi.org/10.1215/9780822372363
Singh, Julietta. 2021. The Breaks. Minneapolis and London: Coffee House Press and Daunt Books.
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