Our podcast of LA-Lit 15a: Chris Kraus is now online. The interview was originally recorded on Friday, November 3rd at 7pm.
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Chris Kraus is the Los Angeles based author of I Love Dick (1998), Aliens & Anorexia (2000), Video Green: Los Angeles Art and the Triumph of Nothingness (2004) and Torpor (2006), all of which are available from Semiotexte. In 2003 Kraus was cited by the Village Voice Literary Supplement as one of the most important new writers to emerge in the past decade. In 1990, she founded the Native Agents new fiction series for Semiotexte, the visionary independent press founded by Sylvere Lotringer at Columbia University in 1972. Kraus writes about art and culture for many international publications including Index, Artext and Art in America. She was nominated for the 2005 Frank Mather Prize in Art Criticism and is presently the Writer in Residence at Colombia College of Art in Chicago.