- Reviewed by Jared Baxter at Art Book Review
- Reviewed by John Trefry at Entropy Magazine
- Interview by Thomas Moore at The Fanzine
"I just read M Kitchell's Apart From. It's very good. I don't know anyone who writes the intersection of queerness, desire and space like M. And the way he utilizes his visual gifts for layout and design always heightens his texts' affect. This one introduces some elements of geometry, ecology and myth, and at times almost reads like a devotional, working its way toward some new cosmology and relationship between bodies, between self and other, beyond my reach or comprehension."To download a PDF of the now sold out book, please visit the publisher's website.—Tim Jones-Yelvington
"Spare and haunting, this is an open text that introduces its terms, then revolves about them in increasing abstraction. First, a myth is constructed, occult-erotic and powerful, in direct account. When it is returned to, it's at a greater remove, breaking down into parts and recurring images, dissolving its initial sense of physical reality even as archetypal elegance and symbolic persistence swells through reiteration. Invites the further reiteration of immediate re-reading. Also note the gorgeous design and photographic interludes: not illustration exactly, but thematic/atmospheric resonance."—Nate D
Early pre-orders of Apart From came with a limited Apart From Notebook. To see images, click here.