Angela Jaeger is a New York-based singer who has recorded and performed with a diverse group of musicians including PigBag, The Drowning Craze, Bush Tetras, Billy McKenzie, David Cunningham, Amy Rigby, Jim Sclavunos and Alan Licht. She recently gave a debut joint reading of her Punk Diary project with writer/journalist Byron Coley at Issue Project Room and is currently shaping this material into book form. She will be performing GRACE / WING at Issue Project Room through voice – text – drawings, accompanied by tapes and a snare drum on May 5.
fiveBy Lila Dlaboha
MARCH 2023 | Poetry
Lila Dlaboha is a poet born of Ukrainian immigrants on the Lower East Side of Manhattan. She was short-listed for the Poetry International Prize 2021, and is a 2018 finalist, for her full-length manuscript, in the Marsh Hawk Press Poetry Prize judged by Jane Hirshfield. Her prose pieces have appeared in Arrowsmith, an online literary quarterly out of Boston, and Ukrainian-American Poets Respond, an anthology of works in answer to Russias war on Ukraine. Her poems have appeared in Arts & Letters (Georgia College), Bellevue Literary Review, Mudfish, Andre Codrescus Exquisite Corpse, Lungfull, among other publications. During the 1980s she served on the editorial board of the Little Magazine, a nationally distributed literary quarterly. On and off since 2016 she has been volunteering with kids and teens in the war zones of eastern Ukraine under the auspices of the Ukrainian NGO GoGlobal/GoCamp. She lives in New York City.
Carol RhodesBy William Davie
MAY 2021 | ArtSeen
Comprising domestic-scale, oil-on-board paintings and pencil drawings, this tight, brief overview acts as an appetizer before her first posthumous survey scheduled to take place at Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum
The StageBy Tschabalala Self
OCT 2021 | Critics Page
Sounding Board is an experimental play about performativityperformativity in this context relating to all actions that are done for the edification of others or for the social advancement of ones public facing self.