José Felipe Alvergue & Patrick Lovelace


With an MFA from the Cal Arts School of Critical Studies, José Felipe Alvergue is currently a student of the SUNY Buffalo Poetics Program. His writing on the poet/artist Cecilia Vicuña & the architect Toyo Ito, and the Tijuana based art collective Torolab & the philosopher Martin Heidegger have been presented at academic conferences at home and internationally. He has been published in NocturnesBlack ClockP-QueueJacket Magazine, and has written a definition of “Impermanence” for the Dictionnaire International de Termes Litteraires (International Dictionary of Literary Terms in criticism). He is the author of us look up/ there red dwells (Queue Books 2008). 

Patrick Lovelace resides in Brooklyn. His publications, through Patrick Lovelace Editions (PLE), include books and other media with Jarrod Fowler, Marie Buck, Brad Flis, Seth Kim-Cohen and Danny Snelson. The Collective Task, a project featuring a dozen poets and artists, edited by Rob Fitterman and designed by Dirk Rowntree, is due in the fall.  His most recent endeavor is an executive production collaboration with the CLEVELAND TAPES collective. Forthcoming projects are numerous and dubious.