Joe Sacksteder is the author of the short story collection Make/Shift (Sarabande Books) and the novel Driftless Quintet (Schaffner Press), both published in 2019. His album of audio collages, Fugitive Traces, was released by Punctum Books in 2017, and his novel Hack House is forthcoming from Astrophil Press. He has a PhD from the University of Utah, where he served as Editor in Chief of the journal Quarterly West. He's currently an Assistant Professor of English and Creative Writing at Sweet Briar College in Virginia. His visual essay Last Map appeared in The Offing in April 2021.
Aspects of the Villa Carmignac’s exhibition Ulysses’ Dream are meant to situate viewers into a ritualistic, narrative, and interactive space. The journey itself from La Tour Fondue in Hyéres, France, to Porquerolles Island will immediately get attendees imagining away the scores of tourists, the safety of cell phones, and the powerful engine of the passenger […]