Kim Rosenfield is the author of several books of poetry, including Good Morning–Midnight– (Roof Books, 2001), Tràma (Krupskaya, 2004), re:evolution (Les Figues Press, 2009), Lividity (Les Figues Press, 2012), and USO: I’ll Be Seeing You (Ugly Duckling Presse, 2013). Her work has been included in the anthologies Against Expression (Northwestern University Press), Bowery Women (YBK Publishers, Inc.), The Gurlesque (Saturnalia), I’ll Drown My Book (Les Figues Press), and The Unexpected Guest: Art, writing and thinking on hospitality (Liverpool Biennial, ART/BOOKS). She is a recipient of a Fund For Poetry grant and is a founding member of the international artist collective, The Collective Task. Rosenfield lives and works in NYC.
Photo by Lanny Jordan Jackson.
On Kim Rosenfield’s poetry:
“[…]Viewing the instability of language as an aesthetic opportunity, Rosenfield fuses appropriated texts from different genres (including evolutionary theory, psychoanalysis, and feminist theory)to create a radically disorienting textual topography.”
“On Monica de la Torre’s PUBLIC DOMAIN and Kim Rosenfield’s re: evolution,” Nada Gordon, ululations
“Humanitarian strategies for ecosystem stabilization: A review of re: evolution,” James Sherry and EJ McAdams, Jacket2
“Pretty Brutal Speech,” Nick Thurston, BOMBlog