Anahita Jamali Rad is currently based in Tio’tia:ke on the traditional territory of the Kanien’kehá:ka. Informed by anti-imperialist materialist theory, her work is primarily textual and explores materiality, history, affect, ideology, violence, class, collectivity, desire, place, and displacement. She has published many chapbooks, including Patterns, History, Heart/Felt/Poems, and say what you want about my glasses, but i never get drunk and drank confused when i’m out with the working classes. She has also published one full-length book of poetry, for love and autonomy (Talonbooks 2016). With Danielle LaFrance, she co-edited the journal About a Bicycle, of which there were 5 issues.

She is currently working on an apparel-based poetics project called Fear of Intimacy, a new book, and a new small press called House House Press with David Bradford.

You can also follow her on twitter.