Jennifer Karmin has published, performed, exhibited, taught, and experimented with language across the U.S., Cuba, Japan, and Europe. Her multidisciplinary work has transpired at festivals, artist-run spaces, and on city streets. Venues for these pieces include: the Poetry Project, the Walker Art Center, Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibits, and Woodland Pattern Book Center. The author of the text-sound epic Aaaaaaaaaaalice, her poetry is featured in the anthologies I’ll Drown My Book: Conceptual Writing by Women, The &NOW Awards: The Best Innovative Writing, Come Together: Imagine Peace, and A Sing Economy. Ongoing collaborations and public performances are documented in the handmade editions Walking Poem, Evacuated: Disembodying Katrina, 4000 Words 4000 Dead + Revolutionary Optimism: An American Elegy, and The Sexual Organs of the IRS co-authored with Bernadette Mayer. At home in Chicago, she curates the Red Rover Series. Founded in 2005, the over ninety events have showcased a diversity of renowned minds. She teaches creative writing to immigrants at Truman College and has been a Visiting Writer at Naropa University, Oberlin College, California Institute of the Arts, plus a myriad of sites. In 2009, she visited Kenya with the Summer Literary Seminars program and studied activists’ responses to post-election violence.