Robert Glück, About Ed

Aulerich-Sugai often appears in the writing of Robert Glück.  Poet, fiction writer, editor, and New Narrative theorist Robert Glück has served as director of San Francisco State University’s Poetry Center, co-director of the Small Press Traffic Literary Center, and associate editor at Lapis Press. He is the author of eleven books, including two novels, Margery Kempe and Jack the Modernist, and, most recently, Communal Nude: Collected Essays. In 2019, Margery Kempe will be republished by New York Review of Books Classics.  Glück edited, with Camille Roy, Mary Berger and Gail Scott, the anthology Biting The Error: Writers Explore Narrative. In his current novel/AIDS memoir, About Ed, Glück borrows from Aulerich-Sugai’s decades of dream journals. 

In conjunction with Josh Faught's 2012 SECA Art Award presentation at the Neptune Society Columbarium, Glück contributed an essay to SFMOMA's Open Space on Aulerich-Sugai's life and his niche at the Columbarium. Read the piece here.