eohippus annex series projects are pamphlet anthologies of various sizes, styles and kinds brought to being through the work of invited editors.
annex series #5
Where does pedagogy happen and who is it for? Where has pedagogy always been and where has it been ignored? This pamphlet series asks us to think into what pedagogy is and how it moves. We invite teachers, students and other cultural workers to locate teaching and learning in their lived experiences. Pamphlet authors engage creation, curation, aspiration, frustration, desire, decoloniality, performance, poetics, and more. They document and instigate urgent conversations. They explore how we imagine and live our multiple pedagogical contexts. Migrating Pedagogies will help us learn about teaching, teach about learning, and dream into new ecologies for it all.
Edited by Gabrielle Civil, Andrea Quaid, and Allison Yasukawa, Migrating Pedagogies is the 5th eohippus labs Annex Series pamphlet anthology. Migrating Pedagogies initial release includes writing by Raewyn Martin, Liz Park, Gabrielle Civil, and Toni C. King. Forthcoming releases will include writing by Alexis Almeida, Jess Arndt, gloria galvez, Peng Hsu, Jesse Miller, Aminata Ndiaye, Christopher Rey Pérez, Andrea Quaid, Allison Yasukawa, Alice Yuan Zhang.
Pamphlets 1 through 4 in the series of 13 pamphlets are available now…
[ALT-TEXT:] by Raewyn Martyn
saddle stitched pamphlet; 9 pages – $7.00
Revisiting Tolstoy College: An Anarchist Experiment in Education and Exhibition-Making
by Liz Park
saddle stitched pamphlet; 8 pages – $7.00
A Pleasure Syllabus (or countering trauma with pleasure in the classroom)
by Gabrielle Civil
saddle stitched pamphlet; 11 pages – $7.00
We Never Came to Window Dress: A Former Diversity Officer Speaks Life to Changemakers
by Toni C. King
saddle stitched pamphlet; 20 pages – $7.00
Or order all (4) pamphlets for the special price of $21.00
annex series #4
Entanglement and Being
The dandelions are prophesizing.
What are you afraid to see, in the tenuous space you are being given? For you, what is on the other side of the portal and what pain do you have yet to experience? What more can you learn from the geese, the moss, the dandelions, the mushrooms, the concrete beneath your feet?
Edited by Janice Lee, Entanglement and Being is the 4th eohippus labs Annex Series pamphlet anthology. Entanglement and Being includes writing by Will Alexander, Brenda Iijima, Rocío Carlos, and an introduction by Janice Lee.
saddle stitched pamphlet; 17 pages – $7.00
annex series #3
Urgent Possibilities – Writings on Feminist Poetics & Emergent Pedagogies
What does pedagogy mean to your writing practice? How do your poetics intersect with your pedagogy and education commitments? We invited participants to join together to think about the inventive and urgent possibilities of intertwined poetic-pedagogical work. What might emerge differently when we bring them together?
Urgent Possibilities, Writings on Feminist Poetics & Emergent Pedagogies grew out of the Feminist Poetics, Emergent Pedagogies Symposium organized by Andrea Quaid and Margaret Rhee. The publication collects work by symposium participants with documents and elaborations, including poems, poetic tracts, essays, workshop plans, and more.
Edited by Andrea Quaid, Urgent Possibilities, Writings on Feminist Poetics & Emergent Pedagogies is the 3rd eohippus labs Annex Series pamphlet anthology. Urgent Possibilities, Writings on Feminist Poetics & Emergent Pedagogies collects 17 individual pamphlets housed in a box custom designed by Kate Johnston and features work by Ching-In Chen, Gabrielle Civil, Corinne Dekkers, Elæ [Lynne DeSilva-Johnson], Emma Gomis, Jen Hofer, Brenda Iijima, Alexandra Juhasz, erica kaufman, traci kato-kiriyama, Janice Lee, Eirenne Nealand, Angela Peñaredondo, Andrea Quaid, Margaret Rhee, Jon Rutzmoser, Jennifer Scappettone, Celina Su, & Adrienne Walser
17 saddle stitched pamphlets + custom designed box – SOLD OUT!
annex series #2
I don’t know how to write about a trauma that is not mine, yet invisibly and with utmost uncertainty, I have inherited its wounds. I don’t know how to write about a wound that I cannot see, a wound that I don’t remember receiving, a wound that is often forgotten but somehow felt.
I am thinking about how, as Korean-American writers, there seems to be an invisible thread that somehow tethers us along a common trajectory, common ghosts and conjurations. at we can understand implicitly a combination of real and felt trauma and suffering, perceived trauma and suffering, and also an invisible trauma and suffering, a trauma that is not ours, a trauma that is not mine, yet somehow corrupts ours thoughts and feelings and actions daily.
Edited by Janice Lee, Inherited Trauma is the 2nd eohippus labs Annex Series pamphlet anthology. Inherited Trauma includes So say it by Sueyeun Juliette Lee, Wings of Return: Ahn Hak-sŏp #1 by Don Mee Choi, JESA – A MAP, A HISTORY, A SPREAD OF SOMETHING I DON’T KNOW. HERE IS A SLICE. by Saehee Cho, Ghost/River/Tree by Chiwan Choi, and an introduction by Janice Lee.
saddle stitched pamphlet; 30 pages – Sold Out
available as PDF
annex series #1
acts + encounters
Edited by Andrea Quaid and Juliana Leslie, Acts + Encounters is a collection of twelve individual pamphlets housed in a custom designed slipcase. Artist and printer Maggi Lomeli designed and printed the slipcase cover. The project brings together the work of poets and authors from across the United States, and includes Ronaldo V. Wilson’s Poetics in Delusion or After Bitterness, Amanda Ackerman’s I Did Not Write This by Myself, the Atlanta Poets Group’s Local Plural Vocal: Community, the We-Agent, and the APG, Belladonna’s* An Assignment: Notes on Structure, Teresa Carmody’s Making as Content: I’ll Drown My Book as Feminist Community, Michelle Detorie’s Notes Towards A Feral Poetics, Jen Hofer’s Materiality: Mortality notes on the making and context of “Uncovering: A Quilted Poem Made from Donated and Foraged Materials from Wendover, Utah.”, Tung-Hui Hu’s The Last Time You Cried, Petra Kuppers’ Lit Skin: Collaboration in Water, Land, Body Poetics, Jill Magi’s Quitting, Manifesting, Theorizing the Perishable, Vanessa Place’s Zombie Poetry and Wendy S. Walters’ Notes on The Short-term “We”: Collaborative Communities of Known Duration.
A book project collaboration with Poetry + Politics Imprint. Acts + Encounters grew out of the two-day conference, “Emergent Communities in Contemporary Experimental Writing,” held at the University of California, Santa Cruz in 2012. The texts included in Acts + Encounters were solicited from conference participants, and delineate and expand on questions of experimental writing and community that were first addressed at the conference.
12 pamphlets + handprinted slipcase – $23.00