George Quasha is a poet, artist, writer, and musician. His books include, in poetry, four books of Preverbs: Verbal Paradise (Zasterle: 2011), The Daimon of the Moment (Talisman House: 2015), Things Done for Themselves (Marsh Hawk: 2015), Glossodelia Attract (Station Hill: 2015); Ainu Dreams (Station Hill: 1999, with Chie Hasegawa [Hammons]), and Somapoetics (Sumac: 1973). His six books on art include An Art of Limina: Gary Hill’s Works and Writings (Ediciones Polígrafa: 2009, with Charles Stein; foreword by Lynne Cooke). He has co-edited three anthologies including America a Prophecy: A New Reading of American Poetry from Pre-Columbian Times to the Present (with Jerome Rothenberg; Random House: 1973; Station Hill: 2011). His visual art, represented in Axial Stones: An Art of Precarious Balance, foreword Carter Ratcliff (North Atlantic Books: 2006), has been exhibited in galleries and museums, including the Baumgartner Gallery (New York), Slought Foundation (Philadelphia), the Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art (SUNY New Paltz), and the Snite Museum of Art (Notre Dame). His work in video art, awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship (2006), includes art is/poetry is/music is (Speaking Portraits), for which he has recorded over a thousand artists, poets, and musicians in eleven countries (www.art-is-international.org). Recipient of an NEA Fellowship (poetry), he is co-publisher with Susan Quasha at Station Hill Press in Barrytown, New York. See also quasha.com and vimeo.com.