Joanna Walsh is the author of seven books including the digital work, Seed which has also been adapted for performance. Her latest book, Break.up, was published this year by Semiotext(e). Her writing has been widely published in anthologies and journals including The Dalkey Archive's Best European Fiction, Granta Magazine, and gorse journal. She writes criticism for publications including The Guardian, Frieze, and The LARB. She is a contributing editor at 3:AM Magazine and Catapult.co, and she founded and runs #readwomen, described by the New York Times as "a rallying cry for equal treatment for “women writers.”
Art and tech are collaboratively mapping the future of Dublin via networks of practice, and the map is less goal-focused than a mood, a process: something produced by the friction of the city’s hopeful energy with the drag of brick and mortar.