If you’re in Berlin, come by Shakespeare & Sons Bookstore this Sunday June 19, 2022 for a reading with fellow Repeater Books author Cynthia Cruz. I’ll be reading one extract from my book published by Repeater Books and one extract from my forthcoming book. The new extract is called ‘You speak like a green girl’ and I’m very excited to share it!
“The Tunnel of Fun emerges from a curatorial proposal to author Siouxzi Connor: to write a fictional text inspired by the works of the artists who begin the project and the first mutation in order to estrange the curatorial voice, counteracting its supposed objectivity, omniscience and uniformity. Siouxzi Connor welcomes this invitation and begins her writing process with a dream she herself had months ago. In this dream, “as if Ursula K Le Guin had […]
Big news! I’ve just signed a publishing contract with the wonderful Repeater Books for my next book. After the 2017 release of my first book, Little Houses, Big Forests (desire is no light thing), also published by Repeater, I can’t wait to begin working together again on this brand new project…more soon.
Late last year I contributed a short piece to a very special occult anthology book from Repeater Books, The Repeater Book of the Occult. As the book was published in the thick of the pandemic, the first in-person book launch took place only recently in Estonia. The book’s co-editor, Tariq Goddard, and illustrator Christiana Spens, were accompanied at the event by local musicians, for a discussion and recorded readings from Carl Neville, Claire Cronin and […]
View this post on Instagram A little bit about my PhD project with @gcssydney 🏔🌊🌲 … #Repost @gcssydney with @get_repost ・・・ In our fourth profile of GCS researchers, meet Siouxzi Connor. @siouxzisioux is a writer, filmmaker, and 2nd year part-time PhD candidate, researching the gendering and sexualising of natural landscapes in film, literature and art. Siouxzi wants to know, from a posthuman, postfeminist, material ecocritical perspective, how the story-making process could be used to advocate […]
Now in Berlin organising the Symposium for Gender Equity with The WØMB. I will also be hosting a panel discussion on Feminism in the Age of the Anthropocene. Looking forward to discussing ecofeminist planetary survival strategies with the wonderful panelists! Join us on Saturday August 31 for an intense and enriching day of masterclasses, talks, workshops and discussions.
Very happy to be launching “Little Houses, Big Forests (desire is no light thing)” on home soil in Sydney. We will also screen the accompanying film “In the dark, dark room” and I will read an extract from the book. For full details, see the event page at: Facebook.com/SiouxziConnor
There’s been a lot going on these past months, including a new freelance position as Creative Director with Uferlos.Berlin. All updates are in the bio on the About page!
Here’s a little look at the book on the shelves at Spoonbill & Sugartown, New York:
We will be launching “Little Houses, Big Forests (desire is no light thing)” at the Spoonbill & Sugartown event space, 99 Montrose Ave, Brooklyn, NY, tomorrow evening from 7pm. Come by and celebrate with us! We will also be exhibiting the photo collages, film and soundscape as we did at the London launch. The project is titled “In the Dark, Dark Room” and was created in collaboration with Klaudia Domurat.