Christopher Stackhouse is a writer, artist, curator and teacher. He is author of a volume of poems Plural (Counterpath press).He is co-author of image/text collaboration, Seismosis (1913 press), which features his drawings with text by writer/translator John Keene. His poetry, essays, interviews, exhibition and book reviews have been published in several literary journals and arts periodicals including Hambone, The Volta, Reverie: Midwest African American Literature; American Poet- The Journal of The Academy of American Poets; Der Pfeil (Hamburg, DE), Make: A Literary Magazine; Modern Painters, Art in America, and The Brooklyn Rail, among other publications. He is an advisory board member at FENCE Magazine and a contributing editor at BOMB Magazine. He has taught at the New York Center for Art & Media Studies, Bethel University; at Naropa University; at Ohio State University; Azusa Pacific University; and at the Maryland Institute College of Art. Stackhouse is currently working on a book about the artist Jean-Michel Basquiat’s use of text in his paintings and drawings as literature that is networked in conceptual/post-conceptual art.