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Lars Horn

Initially specializing in body theory, phenomenology, and visual arts scholarship, Lars Horn holds MAs from the University of Edinburgh, the École normale supérieure, Paris, and Concordia University, Montreal. Horn’s writing explores the body as experiential site and considers how the plastic arts might be brought to bear upon narrative form, causality, and content. In 2016, Horn translated the publication “Ateliers & Studios” for the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts. A poetry finalist in the Summer Literary Seminar Contest (2018) and the Malahat Review’s Open Season Contest (2017), their work has appeared in New Writing Scotland, Gutter Magazine, and elsewhere.

Mar/Apr 2020

With the Moths’ Eyes

By Lars Horn

The title of this work originally appears in Virginia Woolf’s essay “On Being Ill.” Foreword. In the summer of 2014, I tore most of the muscles from my right shoulder […]

In Water Disjointed from Me

By Lars Horn

Growing up, mirrors, weighing scales, and family photographs were banned, as were any other means of self-representation “without artistic intent.” Two of the only photographs of me as a child […]