then/and is a general purpose creative vehicle dedicated to the facilitation of dialog and exchange at a human scale. Its activities include (or have included, or may one day include) publishing, visual art, events, exhibitions, meals, discussions and performances.
then/and is a project of Holly Myers, a writer (et cetera) based in New Mexico. Myers' collection of short fiction, A Cylindrical Object on Fire in the Dark, was published by Insert Blanc Press in 2018. Road Noise, the first in an ongoing series of artist books, was published by her own imprint, then/and publications, also in 2018. The second in the series, Wild Rough Country, was published in 2019. Her fiction has appeared in the Antioch Review, Zyzzyva and Joyland. Her story “The Guest House” was anthologized in New California Writing 2012 (Heyday). In addition to writing fiction, Myers covered the art world as a critic for the Los Angeles Times and the LA Weekly for fifteen years. Her art writing has also appeared in the New York Times, Art Review, Art + Auction and Modern Painters, among other publications.