Marina La Palma

Marina deBellagente La Palma has written about art for publications in Europe, California, New York,  and for THE Magazine in Santa Fe. For some years she co-hosted Other Voices Other Sounds of KUNM, Albuquerque. Her involvement in radio began in the early 1970s at Pacifica in Berkeley, where she also co-founded Kelsey Street Press; in the 1980s she was a singer/performance artist and art critic in Los Angeles. She has degrees in Poetry and Recording Media, a Fine Art, and Comparative Literature. She used to teach college students how to write, and about art history. Chapbooks of her poetry and memoirs have been published by several small presses. She edited The Plenitude: Creativity, Innovation & Making Stuff by Rich Gold for MIT Press. She edited Jacki Apple’s Essays on Performance/Media/Art Culture for Intellect Press in the UK. Her album, Knot-Pop: Songs by IXNA, was released in 2019 by Concentric Circles. An immigrant to the United States from  northern Italy, she is also a citizen of the European Union.