2017



Ah Yes Bad Things published 2017 by Soft City Printing, New York, NY

 

Ah Yes Bad Things reconfigures fragmented texts from the artist’s Twitter account, text messages, and personal notes with cell phone images from her camera roll. The result is a sparse stream of poetic fails, with devastating and banal experiences tempered by self-deprecating wit. Texts previously published by Packet Biweekly in 2015 and Bonefold Compiles in 2016 sit alongside new work and images.

 

PRESS

2019

C. C. Camuglia, “Peach Picks: Three Things to Read This Week”, The Public, March 14

2018

Schroeder, Nick, “Why Not Make Things?: The brilliant New England Art Book Fair converges this weekend at SPACE”, The Portland Phoenix, October 4

2017

Carney, Sean J Patrick, "Andrea McGinty Logs On And Finds Bad Things", Humor and the Abject, May 10 

 

2015

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God I Don't Even Know Your Name published 2015 by Badlands Unlimited, New York, NY

 

Eva is a hot mess. When her promising art career in New York takes a plunge, she enters rehab and finds sobriety—but not peace of mind. She escapes to Europe and loses herself in one hook up after another using Bangly, the newest dating app. She meets a run-of-the-mill Finnish curator and thinks it’s love. Or is it just wanderlust?

God, I Don’t Even Know Your Name by Andrea McGinty is the third installment of New Lovers, a series of short erotic fiction published by Badlands Unlimited. Inspired by Maurice Girodias’ legendary Olympia Press, New Lovers features the raw and uncut writings of authors new to the erotic romance genre. Each story has its own unique take on relationships, intimacy, and sex, as well as the complexities that bedevil contemporary life and culture today. God, I Don't Even Know Your Name is a Eurotrip of epic sexual and artistic proportions with stunning locales, a myriad of men, and one undeniably resilient heroine.


PRESS

2019

“Her anonymous hotel hookup: A Salon After Dark read”, Salon Magazine, March 23

2018

Hemmersbach, Isabella, “EW/Moodboard Februar”, Eurowoman Magazine, February

2017

Smallwood, Christine, “Pleasure and the Text”, BookForum, June/July/August

Carney, Sean J Patrick, "Andrea McGinty Logs On And Finds Bad Things", Humor and the Abject, May 10

2015

Indrisek, Scott, “Parting Shot”, Modern Painters, July/August, Vol. 27, No. 7

Sturgeon, Jonathon, “17 Unrepentantly Trashy Beach Reads for 2015”, Flavorwire, May 22

Gross, Jessica, “Finding a Haven for Taboo Fantasies in Erotica”, Hyperallergic, May 7

Berardini, Andrew, “Art About Fucking”, Mousse Magazine, Issue 48, April 15

Mlotek, Haley, “New Lovers”, The Hairpin, April 14

Indrisek, Scott, “S**t My Cats Read: A Feline Conversation With Andrea McGinty”, Blouin ArtInfo, March 30

Pollack, Barbara, “Talking With Guggenheim Artist Paul Chan About Fame, Failure, Politics”, New York Observer, March 23

“New Lovers”, The Aesthete, March 13

Sturgeon, Jonathon, “The Cultural Triumph of Erotica in 2015”, Flavorwire, March 12

Legault, Paul, “Badlands Unlimited Launches Public Exploration of Cum”, Art F City, March 11

Diamond Hamer, Katy, “New Lovers of Paul Chan”, W Magazine, March 11

Munkonge, Mandalena, “Artist Paul Chan on Breaking New Ground”, Dazed Digital, March 11

McClure, Kelly, “First Time Erotica Writers Hit the G-Spot”, Bedford and Bowery, March 11

“Andrea McGinty”, We Find Wildness, March 10

Krasinski, Jennifer, “New Lovers: An Interview with Paul Chan”, The Paris Review, March 10

Lam, Karen, “A Little Less 50 Shades”, The Wild Magazine, March 9

Duray, Dan, "The Art of Cunning", ArtNews, March 6

Cotter, Holland, “Every Installation Needs a Shoe”, The New York Times, February 28

Haramis, Nicholas, “Smutty Books for Smart People”, T Magazine, February 24

2016

Good Night Day Care, Black Cat Journal, December 20