Xexoxial Endarchy was one of the names of the Avant garde museum of temporary art founded in Lima, Wisconsin (USA) 1991 by mIEKAL aND and Elisabeth Was. The place was called Dreamtime Village, that practices alternative living and permaculture farming. They printed chapbooks called Xerolage, a subsection of the experimental poetry publisher Xexoxial Editions. They printed 25-page chapbooks of visual poetry using a Xerox machine. These chapbooks included work by John M Bennett, David-Baptiste Chirot, Scott Helmes, Geof Huth, Andrew Topel, Elizabeth Was and mIEKAL aND etc.