Monthly Archives: May 2014

Recording The Beatles Review on WINK

On today’s WINK review: How many books in your library make you happy just to know that you own them? How many do you enthusiastically show off to friends, knowing that you’re sharing something truly unique and wondrous? Recording The Beatles is one of a few such books in my library. First off, the “out […]

Borg Like Me at Curator’s Office

On Thursday, May 15th, I did a reading of Borg Like Me at Curator’s Office @ Studio 1469. It was a near-perfect night and all of the attendees were so enthusiastic and supportive. I read my essay “Tears in the Rain” and excerpts from “The Lemon Song,” “The Internet is Punk Rock!,” and “Mein Führer, […]

My BEE Review on WINK

My latest WINK review, of Rose-Lynn Fisher’s amazing BEE, is live. Work on BEE, the handsome and inspiring book by artist and photographer Rose-Lynn Fisher, began the first time she peered at the magnified image of a bee’s eye and realized that its 6,900 hexagonal lenses looked shockingly similar to a honeycomb. Was this a […]

Come to My Reading THIS Thursday!

From the Curator’s Office Press Release:   EAST COAST PREMIERE BOOK READING OF BORG LIKE ME: & Other Tales of Art, Eros and Embedded Systems by GARETH BRANWYN in conjunction with the JONATHAN MONAGHAN: ALIEN FANFARE exhibition PART OF DC’S FORWARD FEST C U R A T O R ‘ S O F F […]

“Tears in the Rain” Chapbook is Here!

Hot off the presses! My latest chapbook, “Tears in the Rain,” was just delivered from the printers. It looks even lovelier than I imagined. I’m so happy with it. Available to order now. The deal is the same as my “Sucks-Less Writing” guide: $6 US/CND, $9 rest of world. Send a payment to (which […]