Johannah Rodgers' short stories, essays, and reviews have appeared in Fence, Bookforum, Fiction, CHAIN Arts, Pierogi Press, and The Brooklyn Rail, where she is a contributing editor. Her visual projects, which experiment with and explore issues of authorship, intentionality, and replication in relation to various digital media tools are part of the Drawing Center Viewing Program. She teaches writing and literature courses at The City University of New York, where she is an assistant professor. Her ongoing “How Much” project explores income inequality in the United States using various digital visualization tools and her digital fiction project, “DNA," (www.dnanovel.com) investigates the increasingly unstable definitions of identity and authority in a networked world. Her book, sentences, a collection of short stories, essays, and drawings, was published by Red Dust in 2007, and her chapbook, “necessary fictions,” was published by Sona Books in 2003.
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