Fred Moten Archive

I Will Always Be That

Author: | Categories: Personal Essays No comments
Throughout transition, I’ve often thought of my body as a poem––one whose semantics is a web of social relations I can’t quite parse, that no one can fully parse. More than a “receptacle,” my trans body necessarily relies on the creation of new subjective semantics.

A Body that is Ultra-Body: In Conversation with Fred Moten and Elysia Crampton

Author: | Categories: Interviews, Series No comments
In a blog series for Ploughshares, I ask a poet and a non-poet the same questions. This month, I interviewed poet and theorist Fred Moten and avant-electronic producer, Elysia Crampton on history, fiction, embodiment, and the concept of equality.