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19/01/2020

@zoe.c.miller Still hottt-ish off the press! The Society for Matriarchal World Domination: publication no. 1 with @broken_dimanche press, essays by @eva__wilson & Cecilia Valenti & Bini Adamczak, artwork by @radicalized_faghag & @mollydogson & @candicebreitz & @peachesnisker & Vela Arbutina @nina__franz & @julietaranda & @the_chus_martinez & @aishathesheriff & @chocolatinaruiz & @lenamemrich & Gabriele Kachold-Stötzer & @bonejelly & @hanoi_lizard & @luciiid & @ancgn & @marlene_stark & @die_roemischen_votzen & Bini Adamzcak & @zzzzccczzzz, printed by @coloramaprint #thesocietyformatriarchalworlddomination GIF art direction by @michimustermann nails by Taxi

Alert! Happy New Year! We'll be soon announcing details of the 2020 Büro BDP Writing Prize in conjunction with Babes Bar...
07/01/2020

Alert! Happy New Year! We'll be soon announcing details of the 2020 Büro BDP Writing Prize in conjunction with Babes Bar! So watch this space.
Also, free shipping until the end of the month from our online shop! www.brokendimanche.eu

Check out Zoe Claire Miller on the radio today talking about the project and publication 'The Society for Matriarchal Wo...
03/01/2020
Feministisches Kunstprojekt "Matriarchal World Domination" - Wildplakatieren für das Ende des Patriarchats

Check out Zoe Claire Miller on the radio today talking about the project and publication 'The Society for Matriarchal World Domination'. Copies and posters available from our site!

https://www.deutschlandfunkkultur.de/feministisches-kunstprojekt-matriarchal-world-domination.2156.de.html?dram:article_id=467117

Nach Vollmondnächten hängen sie in Berlin: feministische Plakate der "Society of Matriarchal World Domination". Die Plakate haben Künstlerinnen wie Peaches gestaltet. Das Ziel: Die "matriarchale Weltherrschaft", sagt Initiatorin Zoë Claire Miller.

It's been a year since BÜRO BDP moved out of Mareschstrasse but we've been busy all the same! Thanks to all our partners...
21/12/2019
Büro BDP 2019 — Büro BDP

It's been a year since BÜRO BDP moved out of Mareschstrasse but we've been busy all the same! Thanks to all our partners for hosting us: Tropez, Hopscotch Reading Room, Scotty - artist run project space Berlin, Cabinet and in particular thanks to Klang Games. Also thanks to Babes for being awesome and working with us on our first Writing Prize. Looking forward to doing a lot more, starting this evening!

https://www.brokendimanche.eu/new-index-1

Please join us for one last event of the year: the vernissage and book launch of The Society for Matriarchal World Domin...
19/12/2019

Please join us for one last event of the year: the vernissage and book launch of The Society for Matriarchal World Domination! Saturday, Dec 21 from 7pm until late. Büro BDP @ Klang, Oranienplatz 2

https://www.facebook.com/events/2541261466143487/

One blue back paper at a time, the Society for Matriarchal World Domination has been flyposting for the end of the patriarchy: artists and writers from diverse backgrounds collaborated to conceive posters that appeared on the streets of Berlin every full moon over the course of the last year. On Saturday all of the posters will be on view (and for sale) together, along with the accompanying publication published by Broken Dimanche Press and riso-printed at Colorama with essays by Eva Wilson and Cecilia Valenti. Come early for readings by the authors, stay late for festive feminist toasts to - according to your assessment and mood - the fall of the patriarchy / the end of the year / the end of the world.

The Society for Matriarchal World Domination was founded by Zoë Claire Miller and Mira Starke. Participants: Bini Adamczak, Julieta Aranda, Vela Arbutina, Sharmila Banerjee, Candice Breitz, Zuzanna Czebatul, Selin Deval, Die Römischen Votzen, Molly Dyson, Lena Marie Emrich, Aisha Franz, Nina Franz, Anna Gien, Gabriele Kachold-Stötzer, Marlene Stark, Luci Lippard, Chus Martínez, Peaches, Viva Ruiz. Design & code by Tea Palmelund.

The 2019 Büro BDP Writing Prize Award Ceremony
24/09/2019

The 2019 Büro BDP Writing Prize Award Ceremony

We are delighted to announce the winner of The 2019 Büro BDP Writing Prize: Dani Arbid! (Thanks to everyone who make it ...
23/09/2019

We are delighted to announce the winner of The 2019 Büro BDP Writing Prize: Dani Arbid!

(Thanks to everyone who make it out to our award ceremony party and to Karl Holmqvist for presenting the trophy, to this year's judges and to Adam Fearon of Babes Bar. Babes has supported and sponsored the prize, also to Form und Konzept Grafikdesign Studio for all their amazing work. Lastly thanks to all who entered the prize - there was so much outstanding work from across the continent we were overwhelmed! Copies of the Journal are still available.)


About Dani:

Born in London, raised in Abu Dhabi. I am a writer, filmmaker and entrepreneur. I graduated from the American University of Beirut in 2011 with a degree in Political Science. Since then I have worked primarily as a writer, photographer and videographer, freelancing on projects in Istanbul, Beirut and Berlin. As of 2018 I founded Barakunan GmbH, a publishing and media start up conceived in Beirut and launched in Berlin. Originally inspired as an intellectual property franchise of a fictional Extended Universe- Barakunan has diversified into a multi-channel platform in multimedia and text. Our keystone work, The Stranger, the Story of Sister Sarah Shamlan, is one of two books in circulation in print. I penned the novel under the name Zahreddine- a pseudonym I use for Barakunan. A mystical futurist novel set in a thinly veiled Middle East, it is a rapturous adventure propagating the first installment of our myths for a new age. Our second book, The Martyrs, is the first in what we hope to be a series of lyric and philosophical texts, issuing the first as a sort of manifesto for the brand. I am currently working on publishing some articles for journals online, working as a screenwriter on foreign language films and trying to get my fiction published! In my spare time I like to give unsolicited political speeches to unsuspecting crowds and make propaganda videos that express a vision for a new world order.

About the Writing:


The Year of Things Lost is part meta-fictive, part-autobiographical. It tells the story of a young poet, Zahreddine, who rises to great acclaim but for all the wrong reasons. Zahreddine is the moniker of a writer who crosses the channels from the Middle East to arrive in Berlin at a time of great migration. Immersed in a slowly unraveling geopolitical narrative which brings Europe to its knees- the converging of these cultures in a dance of violence and speculation- the person embodying the poet Zahreddine arrives at a place of great intellectual and spiritual strength, fulfilling their desire to polish their work for publication. Their work is a cross-analysis of themselves and of their place in society- given that they have sought refuge from their homeland, and are seeking to flee from their own body, performing a transition of genders upon their new life. The book delves into this sudden history to pose questions on the author's political intentions, to flee violence from without and discrepancy from within, and to unveil the contradictions that continue to persist in the ongoing mystery. Drawing on a cross-narrative of the aftereffects of an elongated War on Terror and the effects of mass migration from the global south to Europe, and early prison arrangements that so defined the political arena during the early years of the never-ending war, Zahreddine is pulled into a narrative of surveillance and suspicion that will ultimately decide their fate. Will it decide their destiny? It should be said that the story depends on a certain blend of fact and fiction. Many of the characters and organizations who exist in the text exist in real life. This penetrative element of the fiction is intended to obscure the reality of what is real and what is not- a mirror to the modern phantasmagoria of elements and senses by which we experience information. Zahreddine is depicted as a kind of cross-breed of media stunt and political savage. In their time, many have stood forward and announced themselves as Zahreddine, adding to the mystery surrounding the figure. Much like our global politics today, attuned to the ebb and flow of cross-party dynamics- Zahreddine is both burdened and empowered by this challenging state. It is in this cavity of meaning and order that Zahreddine ultimately speaks with their greatest power- injecting a political creed in their absence. They are the face of those prisoners of war who have ultimately disappeared, whose fate remains unknown- whilst also emerging as a progressive, modern hipster in the local scene. Dealing with issues important to the author, politics and gender will be cross-examined to reflect on the uprising that Zahreddine intends- to lift the oppression of the body and mind. A study of Zahreddine’s transgenderism emboldens the view. There are many faces to Zahreddine. We dissect them all.

The book will be published by BDP in 2020...

!!!ACHTUNG FRISCHE PUR-BINDUNG!!! The journal containing all ten shortlisted entries, designed by partners Form und Konz...
18/09/2019

!!!ACHTUNG FRISCHE PUR-BINDUNG!!!
The journal containing all ten shortlisted entries, designed by partners Form und Konzept Grafikdesign Studio, has arrived ahead of Saturday's Babes Bar celebration. Limited edition, it will be available at the award ceremony and party. https://www.facebook.com/events/496042127912193/

ANNOUNCEMENT: We're delighted to announce the shortlist for this year's Writing Prize! Congratulations to all. We were o...
03/09/2019

ANNOUNCEMENT: We're delighted to announce the shortlist for this year's Writing Prize! Congratulations to all. We were overwhelmed with the entries, thanks to all for applying.

This Sunday we hope to see as many people from Berlin's rich and diverse literary scene! We'll be having an open roundta...
27/08/2019

This Sunday we hope to see as many people from Berlin's rich and diverse literary scene! We'll be having an open roundtable discussion on what it means to write and publish literature in an international context, as well as some great poetry readings Candice Nembhard and TRVANIA.

https://www.facebook.com/events/2390950587849093

Milieu de l'été à TROPEZ : avec débat et lectures de poésie par Candice Nembhard et TRVANIA à l'invitation de @Brocken_dimanche le samedi et un concert vidéo par Sebastian Luetgert, @glutenfree92 et @alfred_e.starship le dimanche.

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26/08/2019

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23/08/2019

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29/04/2019

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11/04/2019

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We deplore Brexit. It's an affront to everything BDP stands for, our way of life and how we go about making and conceiving art and literature. Our prize is of course open to the citizens of the UK no matter what happens.

https://www.brokendimanche.eu/bro-bdp-2019

ANNOUNCEMENT: The 2019 Büro BDP Writing PrizeSupported by Babes Bar! With an excellent group of judges and a cash and pu...
15/03/2019

ANNOUNCEMENT: The 2019 Büro BDP Writing Prize
Supported by Babes Bar! With an excellent group of judges and a cash and publication prize! Please check out our website for more info and please help share the word! The future is bold.

https://www.brokendimanche.eu/bro-bdp-2019

Red Hook Tree
27/02/2019

Red Hook Tree

From Katie Holten's New York City Tree Alphabet via Broken Dimanche Press via Hyperallergic. A whole new way to be more tree!

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06/01/2019

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Great interview with Ursula Andkjær Olsen on Third-Millennium Heart & Mother-Sexuality:https://www.wordswithoutborders.o...
27/11/2018
Fearlessness, Alienation, & Mother-Sexuality: An Interview with Ursula Andkjær Olsen - Words Without Borders

Great interview with Ursula Andkjær Olsen on Third-Millennium Heart & Mother-Sexuality:

https://www.wordswithoutborders.org/dispatches/article/an-interview-with-ursula-andkjaer-olsen-noor-naga?fbclid=IwAR0Z8OkzC3W4G4irjpShttVyKjKMnQofGsTecc-8_4iFHuh2fywXQEASg1o

Danish poet Ursula Andkjær Olsen’s Third-Millennium Heart (Action Books, 2018), translated by Katrine Øgaard Jensen, received the 2018 National Translation Award for Poetry. Ursula Andkjær Olsen will be appearing at this year’s New Literature from Europe Festival,

As we will be soon relocating - and that to celebrate Small Press Week - we're offering 30% off all titles! Please consi...
20/11/2018
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As we will be soon relocating - and that to celebrate Small Press Week - we're offering 30% off all titles! Please consider buying your xmas gifts from us, every book will be one less to schlepp! #SPWeek18

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art books literature Broken Dimanche Press is an independent avant garde art book publisher based in Berlin of contemporary art and literature. Most recent titles include Katie Holten, Jonathan Monk, Ann Cotten, Angela Rawlings, Richard Mosse and a Parapoetics series

Big congrats to Katrine Øgaard Jensen for this award for her amazing translation of the BDP title Third-Millennium Heart...
02/11/2018
Announcing the Winners of the 2018 National Translation Awards in Poetry and Prose!

Big congrats to Katrine Øgaard Jensen for this award for her amazing translation of the BDP title Third-Millennium Heart by Ursula Andkjær Olsen

November 1, 2018—The American Literary Translators Association (ALTA) is pleased to announce the winners of the 2018 National Translation Awards (NTA) in Poetry and Prose! 2018 marks the twentieth …

"John Holten is an Irish writer and artist based in Berlin, and runs the “fictional” publishing house Broken Dimanche Pr...
04/10/2018
A Story About an Unfinished Love Affair and Readymade Literature

"John Holten is an Irish writer and artist based in Berlin, and runs the “fictional” publishing house Broken Dimanche Press, a publishing endeavor that takes its cue from Yves Klein‘s one-day newspaper, Dimanche-Le Journal d’un Seul Jour. John wrote the following story, “Emergency in Favor of Twice,” for gorse no. 10 in response to a request by my poetry editor, Christodoulos Makris. For the issue, Christodoulos was given a free-reign to assemble works that celebrate Marcel Duchamp’s Fountain — assemble them quite literally because the issue was a box, and the stories were compiled within." - Susan Tomaselli, editor of gorse

https://electricliterature.com/a-story-about-an-unfinished-love-affair-and-readymade-literature-34abccd0fd7e

“Emergency in Favor of Twice” by John Holten (and maybe Marcel Duchamp), recommended by gorse journal

NEW YORK: This Friday Caitlin Berrigan is reading alongside Marianne Shaneen at The Poetry Project. Get tickets and more...
02/10/2018
Caitlin Berrigan & Marianne Shaneen - The Poetry Project

NEW YORK: This Friday Caitlin Berrigan is reading alongside Marianne Shaneen at The Poetry Project. Get tickets and more info below!

https://www.poetryproject.org/events/caitlin-berrigan-marianne-shaneen/

Collaboratively curated, the Friday night series brings writers, artists, critics, performers, and audiences together in an uncontainable assembly. We host readers from here and elsewhere to invite resonances across practices, open and press urgent dialogues, and build a space for shared struggles.....

Check out some instal shots and the accompanying text written by Adam Fearon for his show currently on view at Harbinger...
16/07/2018
Adam Fearon at Harbringer / Reykjavík, Iceland

Check out some instal shots and the accompanying text written by Adam Fearon for his show currently on view at Harbinger, Reykjavik.

The text is a fascinating read that moves from the orderliness of the A4 page to the messy, 'black liquor' of lignin, taking in the figure of the rag picker in the early modern literature to role of the surfaces of our digital screens...

http://www.daily-lazy.com/2018/07/adam-fearon-at-harbringer-reykjavik.html

Adam Fearon / Lignin June 30 - July 22, 2018 Curated by John Holten and Guðrún Benónýsdóttir Harbinger 1,, Freyjuga...

Thanks everyone who came out last Thursday. The show is up this week from today through Thursday, 2-6pm. You're very wel...
09/07/2018

Thanks everyone who came out last Thursday. The show is up this week from today through Thursday, 2-6pm. You're very welcome to drop by if you didn't make it last week.

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25/06/2018

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Our fellow Berlin based publishers Archive Books are raising money for some exciting new strands to their work - conside...
21/06/2018
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Our fellow Berlin based publishers Archive Books are raising money for some exciting new strands to their work - consider supporting!

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Congratulations to Ursula Andjaer Olsen and Katrine Øgaard Jensen for being longlisted for the best Poetry Translation i...
10/04/2018
Announcing the 2018 BTBA Longlists for Fiction and Poetry - The Millions

Congratulations to Ursula Andjaer Olsen and Katrine Øgaard Jensen for being longlisted for the best Poetry Translation in the 2018 BTBAs!!!

https://themillions.com/2018/04/announcing-2018-btba-longlists-fiction-poetry.html

Celebrating its eleventh consecutive year of honoring literature in translation, the Best Translated Book Awards is pleased to announce the 2018 longlists for both fiction and poetry (we announced the 2017 and 2016 winners here at the site). Announced here and at Three Percent, the lists include a d...

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