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Chaos 8! at RO2 Art (8/6-9/17, 2022), 1501 S. Ervay. Dallas, 75215

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Event: Surveying Dallas: R. Flowers Rivera in conversation with Dallas Educators and Poets, Dallas Literary Festival, African American Museum of Dallas (3/20/22)

Event: Micah Zevin's Risk of Discovery Reading Series with Robin Myrick and Joe Milazzo, Facebook live (3/15/22)

Event: Surveyor Books Presents Chris George & Robin Myrick, The Wild Detectives (1/13/22)

Author Rob McLennan featured IATSOE in his blog (hello Canada!)

Logen Cure reviewed IATSOE for The Wild Detectives, and also interviewed the Myrick for WD's Inner Moonlight podcast.

Janet Sarbanes reviewed IATSOE in Heavy Feather Review.

Surveyor Books and IATSOE were featured in the Dallas Morning News.

I AM THIS STATE OF EMERGENCY was nominated for a 2021 Pushcart Prize, and also picked up an honorable mention in the 2020 Big Other Readers' Choice Award.

Event: AWP Bookfair 2021 (3/7/21). IATSOE is also available in the AWP Bookshop.

Event: Author Salon: Robin Myrick in conversation with Steven van Dyck, Facebook live (2/11/21)

Event: LitNight Dallas: Matt Bondurant, Scott Branks, Rachael Carnes, Suzanne Feldman, Ananda Lima and Robin Myrick (11/10/20)

IATSOE is on Goodreads.

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From the Archives

Check out art-related stores about Robin Myrick in the Glasstire archive, including that amazing Top Five nod for It Came From Calarts. D Magazine, Dallas Observer, CultureMap and the Calarts 24700 blog also featured that exhibition, and photos of the show can be found in the GALLERIES.

Read about In Cooperation with Muscle Nation, and other DFW art collectives that emerged from the same scene.

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Muscle Nation, 2012
Danielle Georgiou, Hillary Holsonback, Emily Loving, Willie Baronet, Robin Myrick, Val Curry, Andy Amato and special guest star Cody Ross Rex. Not pictured: Sandi Edgar.

Glasstire archive: In Cooperation with Muscle Nation

Muscle Nation Wants to Pump (clap) You Up at Ro2

The "Outlaw" Collective Muscle Nation Is Back, and That's Good for Dallas Art

Best of Dallas: Best Art Trend

Why Are Art Collectives Popping Up Everywhere?

From DIY to DIT: A Micro History and Possible Future for the Dallas Art Scene


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