Artist Statement

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Reading from Haunting Muses at the Laurel Bookstore

I am a writer and artist profiled in Wikigrain. Issues of the Dionysian, abjection, boundaries and the West Coast inhabit my work. In HTMLGiant: “plzplztalk2me: Andrea Lambert” interview here.

Recent publications: An essay, “Queer, Disabled, and Childfree,” is in MotherShould? here. My latest food essay, “Have yourself a Death-y Little Christmas,” is in Entropy here. “Board-Box by Andrea Lambert” is in Two Hawks Quarterly here. “Two Poems by Andrea Lambert,” are in apt here.

Forthcoming publications:  The essay, “Subvocal Speech of a Schizoaffective on Christmas Morning,” is forthcoming from Queer Mental Health.”The View Like an Ashtray”  will be published in the Golden State 2017: The Best New Writing from California anthology June 6, 2017. Pre order from Amazon hereThe poem, “How to Make up a Cold Sore,” and painting, “Veil,” are forthcoming in  DUM DUM zine

I paint in figurative mixed media oils critically referenced in Anodyne Magazine as “kitchy maximalism.” Eight oil paintings and an interview with me are in Angel’s Flight Literary West here. Three Nineties Paintings are in Hinchas de Poesia here.

Adventures in social media with TwitterInstagramPinterest and Tumblr.

Jet Set Desolate is available at Amazon.  Lorazepam and the Valley of Skin: Extrapolations on Los Angeles/730910-2155 is available at valeveil.

Golden State 2017: The Best New Writing from California is available for pre-order from Amazon. Haunting Muses is available from AmazonWriting the Walls Down: A Convergence of LGBTQ Voices is available from Trans-Genre Press. The L.A. Telephone Book, Vol. 1 2011-2012 is available on free pdf from ARRAS.NET.

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  1. lizzie says:

    Your Guilt zine is one of my favorite things I’ve read since I can remember. It’s something I’ve been waiting for, you know? It has all the things I want in a read: lesbians, drugs, references to LA and/or SF, glitter. Okay that sounds superficial, but. You’re amazing and I love your writing. I keep Guilt in my purse just to reread it.