Jeannie Vanasco is writing a lyric memoir involving a necronym, psychosis, and an artificial eye. Her writing has appeared in Little Star Journal, the Times Literary Supplement, Tin House, and elsewhere.
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Summer 2015: What’s in a Necronym?
“I am named after the daughter my father lost.”
- February 2012: Review of Walter Potter’s The Death and Burial of Cock Robin
- January 2012: Absent Things As If They Are Present
Erasure literature—from the Jefferson Bible to Jonathan Safran Foer—challenges the ideas of authorship, originality, and influence.