is the author of many books of poetry and prose, including The Hermit (2016), the novella nineties (2013), and, most recently, the novel Impossible Views of the World (2017, published by Penguin Press. Her writing has appeared in Artforum, Lapham’s Quarterly, Bomb, Conjunctions, The New Yorker, and Triple Canopy, where she was an editor for several years.
is an artist and writer based in New York. Recent solo exhibitions and performances include “Some of the People, All of the Time” at the Brooklyn Museum; Light Matter at Fondation Cartier (Paris); “Bystanders” at Gallery TPW (Toronto); and Private Moment with Creative Time in New York. He won an OBIE in 2013 for his performance installation Habit and is a 2018 Guggenheim Fellow. His writing has appeared in n+1, Triple Canopy, Cabinet, Frieze, Parkett, and Theater. Best Behavior (53rd State Press), an anthology of his writings on theater and performance, will be published this fall, as will the artist's book A Discourse on Method (Shonni Enelow). Levine is a professor of the practice of performance, theater, and media at Harvard University.
is a postdoctoral fellow at the Institute for Public Knowledge. She earned a PhD in Sociology from Columbia University in 2017. She is the cofounder of Useless Press, a publishing collective that creates “eclectic Internet things.” Her writing has appeared in Dissent and Harper’s Magazine, among other magazines.