Mucus in My Pineal Gland is the debut collection of artist and writer Juliana Huxtable. Gathering for the first time, poems, performance scripts, and essays, this startling new book expands Huxtable’s critique of gender, sexuality, politics, whiteness, and history while establishing her as a singular poetic voice.
Juliana Huxtable is a New York City-based writer, performer, and artist. Her work has been featured in numerous publications, including Artforum, Candy, Topical Cream, and Mousse. She was included in the 2015 New Museum Triennial, curated by Ryan Trecartin and Lauren Cornell.
Diamond Stingily is a writer and artist from Chicago, Illinois living in Brooklyn. Stingily published her journal from when she was eight years old through Dominica Publishing, titled Love, Diamond, in 2016. Recent solo exhibitions include Elephant Memory at Ramiken Crucible, New York and Kaas at Queer Thoughts, New York (both 2016).
Andrew Durbin is a poet, essayist, and novelist. He is the author of Mature Themes (Nightboat 2014) and the forthcoming novel MacArthur Park (Nightboat 2017). A contributing editor to Mousse, his work has also appeared in BOMB, Boston Review, Frieze, Texte zur Kunst, Triple Canopy, and elsewhere. He is currently writing a book about Raymond Pettibon. He co-edits Wonder and lives in New York.