Felicity Fenton with a memoir-essay about adolescence, socialization, drugs, family pressure, and so much more. “Everywhere is better than here we say. And in these dreams we’re always stoned, or ready to be stoned. We live together and love in the way we think we want to be loved.”
Can poetry still save a life? Peter Markus, a writing teacher of 23 years in Detroit Public Schools, believes it can.
Alli Warren spoke with Gabriel Ojeda-Sague about his new book, Jazzercise is a Language, and its exploration of nostalgia, biopolitics, and identity.
“Someone says: everyone has a leaving New York essay in them, even the people who have never been to New York. It might be me; I am sometimes an asshole.” Todd Dillard sorts through a decade of asymmetrical experience of NYC, searching for something like himself.
Because of That Book: An Interview with Brian Evenson on Raymond Carver’s What We Talk About When We Talk About LoveRobert Lopez
Robert Lopez in conversation with Brian Evenson about his latest release, a book-length exploration of Raymond Carver’s What We Talk About When We Talk About Love.
“There is something to be said for when your life grows tired of you. It will leave just a like a human. This is one of only two superstitions I have created for myself.” Abby Hagler opens up about the secrets we keep with our ourselves and feeling lost in your own person.