Masha Tupitsyn is the author of LACONIA: 1,200 Tweets on Film (ZerO Books, 2011), Beauty Talk & Monsters, a collection of film-based stories (Semiotext(e) Press, 2007), and co-editor of the anthology Life As We Show It: Writing on Film (City Lights, 2009). Her new book, Love Dog (http://mashatupitsyn.tumblr.com/), a multi-media project, is forthcoming with Penny-Ante Editions in March 2013. Her fiction and criticism have appeared or is forthcoming in the anthologies The American Tetralogy (2013), The Occupy Wall Street Poetry Anthology (2012), The Encyclopedia Project Volume II, F-K (2010), and Wreckage of Reason: XXperimental Women Writers Writing in the 21st Century (2008), as well as, Bomb Blog, The New Inquiry, Fence, Bookforum, The Rumpus, Berfrois, Sex Magazine, Anobium, Two Serious Ladies, NYFA Current, Ali Liebegott’s Faggot Dinosaur, Keyframe, Specter Magazine, Boing Boing, Indiewire's Press Play, Venus Magazine, 2nd Floor Projects, Animal Shelter, The Fanzine, Make/Shift: Feminisms in Motion, Drunken Boat, and San Francisco's KQED's The Writer's Block. She has written video essays on film and culture for Ryeberg Curated Video http://www.ryeberg.com/curated-videos/lost-highway/, which features writers like Mary Gaitskill and Sheila Heti. In 2011, she wrote a radio play for Performa 11, "Time for Nothing," the New Visual Art Performance Biennial in conjunction with Frieze Magazine. She is a PhD candidate in Philosophy at The European Graduate School in Switzerland. She lives in New York.