Kathy Acker

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An exhibition at Kunstverein, Amsterdam, highlights the artist’s pioneering work with progressive writers of the 1970s and '80s, including Kathy Acker, Constance DeJong and Pati Hill

BY Julia Mullié | 19 MAY 21

In the run-up to the Kathy Acker exhibition at ICA, London, a look back at a significant recent show and symposium examining her relationship to the visual arts

BY Isabel Mehl | 23 APR 19

‘I felt that I had to pretend my son didn’t exist; in order to be professional, it felt necessary to mimic the behaviour of men’

BY Caroline Douglas | 21 AUG 18

Prison labour as artisanal nostalgia, David Tang's dinner advice, and octopus intelligence: what to read this weekend

01 SEP 17

Chris Kraus’s biography of the first female ‘Great Writer as Countercultural Hero’

BY Juliet Jacques | 28 AUG 17

As a new biography of the author is published, revisiting Kathy Acker's writing on literature, logic and the libido 

BY Dodie Bellamy | 17 AUG 17