Scott McClanahan’s latest, The Sarah Book, finds him at the height of his powers, speaking like only he can speak. Recently he caught up with Chelsea Hodson to talk about the making of the book, the being of a person, changing who you are, and much more.
The editors of avant-garde Australian publishers SOd press caught up with Barrett White about the radical work they present, the exciting state of Australian experimental poetics, and much more.
“Scientists say it was their doubled pheromones, their spectacular lack of adult supervision, the latent effects of bovine growth hormones in their preschool milk that triggered the Nilsson Sisters Phenomenon.” New short fiction by Lynn Mundell.
Sunshine State translates the personal into the universal in essays ranging in subject from homelessness to domestic violence to Amway. Jaime Fountaine reviews.
In the latest installment of Robert Kloss’s Artists on Art, sound designer and producer-turned-musician Katie Gately shares a major source of inspiration in her admiration for Kafka’s The Castle.
The third dispatch from Michael Seidlinger as he makes his way across the country directed by social media finds him amid the gators in Tallahassee with Jeff VanderMeer.
“The world we live in is safe haven to all commodity, whereas the human has its place elsewhere. ” Jon Cone goes for the rose of the throat with an improvisational and associative response to Keston Sutherland’s THE ODES TO TLP16.