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On Reading the Work of Friends

Jessica Alexander

08.14.18

“The obvious: writing I love clarifies a fog I live inside.” Jessica Alexander measures the effect of language on her life, from the work of friends to Raymond Carver.

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The Stories Are Horrifying: An Interview with Kristen Stone

M. Milks

08.13.18

M. Milks spoke with Kristen Stone about their new novel, That Which Girls Conjure Will Help Them Survive, which explores inherited trauma, nervous desires, and the ongoing work of repair.

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Empathy and Resistance: An Interview with Alan Michael Parker

Jeff Jackson

08.06.18

Jeff Jackson dives into Alan Michael Parker’s love of Gertrude Stein and the first person singular through the lens of his latest book from Dzanc.

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MELANCHOLY WOMAN

Brigitte Lewis

07.30.18

Segmented, cast in blue, and influenced by hypothetical footnotes, Brigitte Lewis explores medication, identity, reading, and how a lens of sadness colors everything.

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Anxious Magic: A Tarot Interview with Allie Rowbottom

Jon Lindsey

07.24.18

Allie Rowbottom, author of the brand new Jell-O Girls, a feminist retelling of her family’s involvement in the Jell-O brand, sits down with her husband Jon Lindsey for a tarot reading.

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I Hope Death Comes Gently: Notes From A Lish Lecture

Sebastian Castillo

07.23.18

Sebastian Castillo reports in from a three-hour workshop at A Public Space with Gordon Lish that covers…basically everything.

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Book Album Book: Parquet Courts, Wide Awake!

Jeff T. Johnson

07.19.18

“No apologies / and fuck Tom Brady,” sings Parquet Courts in the second edition of Jeff T. Johnson’s Book Album Book, this month on the review of their new album Wide Awake!”

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Eden Comes Easily to Mind: Nine Questions with Visual Poet Catherine Bresner

Jason Teal

07.16.18

Catherine Bresner opens up in conversation with Jason Teal about the process of combining collage with poetry to create the “poetry comics” of her book, the empty season, spanning haunting public domain images and immersive collage works harmonized to summon powers of body horror and feminism.

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Skinny Legend

Frankie Allegra

07.09.18

Frankie Allegra explores internet stalking and the spectacle of self in this consideration of a recent online social media persona obsession of her own.

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I Still Wander Through Graveyards: An Interview with Lauren Ireland

Jon-Michael Frank

07.02.18

Lauren Ireland in conversation with Jon-Michael Frank about devastation, crystals, death, and her third book of poems, Feelings.