photo: Sue de Beer
interviews here and here
On Baselitz, The Suiciders, and "bad writing" here
About his exhibition "South of Meaning" with Vivien Zhang here
Travis Jeppesen was born in 1979 in Florida and grew up in North Carolina. After studying literature and philosophy at the
New School for Social Research in New York, Jeppesen left the United States for Europe, where he has resided since 2001.
In addition to Wolf at the Door, he is the author of novel, Victims (Akashic, 2003), a
couple collections of poetry, and a volume of essays on the Central European art scene.
He has written for a number of publications, including 3am Magazine, The Prague Pill,
New York Press, Umelec, ZOO, Pavement Magazine, Bookforum, The Stranger, and Provokator. Jeppesen currently lives in Berlin
where he edits BLATT and BLATT Books and writes on art.
published by TSP:
Wolf at the Door
also by the author:
Poems I Wrote While Watching TV
3:AM London, New York, Paris (anthology)
Dicklung & Others
See You Again in Pyongyang
audio of Travis