Janice Lee will be representing Entropy at Open Press this Sunday from 12-3 for a very cool panel about body sensory capacity, visual culture, and manipulation. About Open Press in their own words:
Open Press is a medium to extend the work of the writer, editor, and curator, to instigate new channels of reciprocity among those interested and engaged in what might constitute the literary at any given time. Over the course of two days, Open Press 2014 will feature roundtables, readings, panels, performances, a moveable book fair, and more in four “at home” locations across the Los Angeles area.
The idea of Open Press is to host a series of events (roundtables, readings, panels, performances, a moveable book fair, and more) on-site at each of our homes or headquarters. The co-curators (eohippus labs, Insert Blanc Press, Les Figues Press and the Poetic Research Bureau) have invited one or more literary projects they admire to participate in these panels, readings, etc.
Or to sum it up more succinctly, some fascinating shit with some of the most interesting representatives of the literary scene in Los Angeles (yes, we have a lit scene!). Check out the Los Angeles Times press coverage of the event and make sure to stop by and say hello to Janice.