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Burn Your Belongings

A Novel


Original art and music by
Yasutoshi Yoshida



A Novel


Original art by Susan White
Original music by DJ Spooky

Proceeds from the sale of BLANK
will help support the
Vanuatu Pacifica Project and
Tanna Center for the Arts

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A Finished Story Collection


Original art by Anne Austin Pearce
Original music by Tornado in a Jar


A Novel

A Fabulist Memoir




Original art by Janice Lee
Original music by Resident Anti-Hero


Original art by Shelly Jackson, Kristie Fleming, Rachel Carns, Belden Sezen, Annie Sprinkle & Beth Stephens (Love Art Lab), Rhani Remedes, Miriam Klein Stahl, Cristy C. Road, Vanessa Place and Teresa Carmody

Original Music by Tara Jane O’Neil
& Rachel Carns & Anna Joy Springer

J.A. TYLER (text) and

Original music by Stethoscope

“Hoenigman’s terse, staccato prose is the language of consciousness, and his book not so much anti-narrative as true to the realities of one’s inner sense-making, true to the convoluted and seemingly disparate tales we tell ourselves. In short, Burn Your Belongings is a well-crafted and adventurous book from what is undoubtedly a writer of great promise.”  – Gary J. Shipley, Word Riot

David Hoenigman’s astonishing novel contains images and music by the notable Japanese electronic musician and record producer, Yasutoshi Yoshida. The fine art edition consists of text + image as a scroll inside bamboo, with the cork bottom containing a book of matches bearing the book’s title, Burn Your Belongings.  The book will be released at a reading and exhibition in Tokyo, Japan, September 2010.


David F. Hoenigman was born and raised in Cleveland, Ohio, but has lived in Tokyo, Japan since 1998. He is the organizer of Tokyo’s bimonthly PAINT YOUR TEETH, a celebration of experimental music, literature and dance. Hoenigman regularly interviews avant-garde writers for the online journal Word Riot. He is currently working on his second novel, Squeal For Joy, forthcoming from Jaded Ibis Press.

Davis Schneiderman’s 200-page novel, Blank, contains only compelling chapter titles.  The story is – as it always has been – up to the reader.  White-on-white pyrographic images are by notable artist Susan White.  The fine art edition is shrink-wrapped and enclosed in a wooden box that is fully encased in plaster and can be opened with a pull-tab.  Once opened, the box cannot be re-encased.  Music will be composed and performed by renowned experimental hip hop musician, DJ Spooky, That Subliminal Kid (a.k.a. Paul. Miller).


Davis Schneiderman is a multimedia artist and writer and the author and editor of eight books, including the novels Drain (TriQuarterly/Northwestern) and Abecedarium (Chiasmus) and the forthcoming blank novel, Blank: a novel (Jaded Ibis); the co-edited collections Retaking the Universe: Williams S. Burroughs in the Age of Globalization (Pluto) and The Exquisite Corpse: Chance and Collaboration in Surrealism’s Parlor Game (Nebraska); as well as the audiocollage Memorials to Future Catastrophes (Jaded Ibis). His creative work has appeared in numerous publications including Fiction International, The Chicago Tribune, The Iowa Review, TriQuarterly, and Exquisite Corpse. He is Chair of the English Department at Lake Forest College, and also Director of Lake Forest College Press/&NOW Books. He edits The &NOW AWARDS: The Best Innovative Writing. He can be found, virtually, at

Lily Hoang’s 220-page book, Unfinished: A Finished Collection, appears December 2010. Hoang invited many of the top innovative writers in the U.S. to submit unfinished stories that she then completed. Story lengths ranged from a few sentences to a few pages. Authors of unfinished writing are Kate Bernheimer, Blake Butler, Beth Couture, Debra Di Blasi, Justin Dobbs, Trevor Dodge, Zach Dodson, Brian Evenson, Scott Garson, Carol Guess, Elizabeth Hildreth, John Madera, Ryan Manning, Michael Martone, Kelcey Parker, Ted Pelton, Kathleen Rooney, Davis Schneiderman, Michael Stewart, J.A. Tyler.

The fine art limited edition of Unfinished arrives as an aluminum box containing each story asa jigsaw puzzle with one piece missing. The missing pieces are contained in a sealed container.

Artist Anne Austin Pearce will complete unfinished art by 20 professional and naive artists, including Marcus Cain, Terry Campbell, Jennifer Fields, Linda Lighton, Angela Lopez, Susi Lulaki, Janey Stevenson, Mary AnnStrandell.

Musician Ron Heckert (Tornado in a Jar) has completed  the soundtrack for the book.


Lily Hoang (1981) is a novelist. She was born in San Antonio, Texas to parents who had fled the Republic of Viet Nam in 1975. She earned an MFA from the University of Notre Dame in 2006 and teaches at St. Mary’s College in Indiana. Her work has appeared in Black Warrior Review, Quarter After Eight, Fairy Tale Review, Action Yes, 5_Trope, and Harp & Altar. She is an associate editor of Starcherone Books. Her manuscript for Parabola took first prize in the Chiasmus Press Un-Doing the Novel/First Book Contest in 2006 and Changing won the PEN/Beyond Margins book award in 2009. Parabola uses the well-known function, and Changing uses the hexagrams of I Ching, to show a family gone mad in the United States, recalling Nhat Linh’s Doan tuyet (Rupture) from colonial Ha Noi.

“This is a story about an excavation. This is a story about a daughter and an octopus. But that seems obvious. This is a story about a daughter and the body of a dead octopus in the desert. The body may be that of a dead god, and the daughter intends to shed some light on the situation.” – excerpt from the book

Janice Lee’s lyrical novel, Daughter, was a finalist in the Plonsker Prize sponsored by Lake Forest Press. Her debut novel, Kerotakis, received critical acclaim. She is co-curator for the feminist reading series, Mommy, Mommy!, co-editor of the rule-breaking journal [out of nothing] and co-founded of he interdisciplinary arts organization, Strophe.  Artist, fine art limited edition, and music are yet to be determined.

“Gil was just the opposite of animal. Not a dirty little digger like me. She always hit the ashtray with her ash with honed precision. When the landlord found her dead on her mattress she’d just turned 31.  She was a Virgo, a tidy brilliant earth sign. All her rings were lined up in alphabetical order on the nightstand, and they were dead too.”   – excerpt from the book

Anna Joy Springer’s simultaneously luscious and unsettling novel contains art by the author. The fine art version art edition tentatively is slated to manifest as a quiver woven out of fabric pages of the book that contains arrows made out of tightly rolled posters by various aritsts. The quiver also contains, wallpaper paste and a brush to adhere the posters to construction sites throughout Los Angeles.  Springer, a member of the renowned East Bay punk band, Blatz, and the performance art/spoken word collective Sister Spit, plans to collaborate with musicians to create music for the book.  Above:  artwork from the book by Anna Joy Springer

“This is a remembering and we only want to be gone. We never want to be chained. We are fed. We don’t know what it is we, you and I, us, me and you we want. I don’t know what we want. You don’t know what we want, but I dreamt last night that we cut ourselves so deeply that rain poured out and the world flooded and we had the chance to be some kind of new absent.” – excerpt from the book

J.A. Tyler is founding editor of the online quarterly MudLuscious and Mud Luscious Press, both venues for “aggressive / experimental writing.” Since its inception MudLuscious has been publishing authors known or becoming known for breaking with method and expectations about form, both on a narrative and sentence level.

John Dermot Woods is the author of the novel, The Complete Collection of people, places & things. He writes stories and draws comics in Brooklyn, New York, and edits the arts quarterly, Action, Yes. He also organizes the online reading series, Apostrophe Cast and is a professor in the English Department at Nassau Community College on Long Islan