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Dr. Astrid Lorange
Dr Astrid Lorange is the author of several poetry collections, including Eating and Speaking, Minor Dogs, one that made it alike and FOOD TURNS INTO BLOOD. Her scholarly interests include poetry and poetics, philosophy, experimental composition, contemporary aesthetics, gender and sexuality studies, and digital humanities. How Reading is Written: A Brief Index to Gertrude Stein is forthcoming from Wesleyan University Press.
Current research projects include a study of Australian (anti)modernisms, an event series on collaborative forms, and an ongoing project to do with the relation of words and things, collections and arrangements. She co-edits the chapbook press, SUS, and is a member of the NYC-based group Collective Task. She runs the COFA Philosophy reading group (email if you’d like to join!).
Associate Lecturer, College of Fine Arts (COFA), UNSW