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The Literary Dung Ball: In Conversation with Jac Jemc and Amber Sparks

Amber Sparks

08.21.17

Amber Sparks & Jac Jemc tackle plot, ghosts, and craft in their conversation on the occasion of Jemc’s new novel, The Grip of It.

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Installation as Interior: In Conversation with Sophie Durbin’s “Corrty Pye Municipal Office #4″

Sylvia Faichney

08.17.17

Sylvia Faichney explores the interior and architecture of Corrty Pye, a fictional location created by interdisciplinary artist Sophie Durbin, inspired in equal measures by Edward Gorey and her childhood experience of Detroit.

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A Meal Is More Than a Meal: An Interview with Hala Alyan

Eric Nelson

08.15.17

Hala Alyan in conversation with Eric Nelson about her debut novel, Salt Houses, which traces the history of a Palestinian family in conflict amid political furor.

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Ideal Home Noise (13): Clarke, Cortázar, Pushwagner

Jeff Jackson

08.14.17

Jeff Jackson dives in to the lifetime work of Alan Clarke, explores the latest release from the brain of Cortázar, and the uncovering of a thought-lost masterpiece from Pushwagner.

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JUSTICE ABSCONDITUS, OR, WHY I WRITE VERSE PLAYS

Joyelle McSweeney

08.10.17

What do Julian Assange, The Rust Belt, Art-crime, obscenity, Katrina, Chelsea Manning, and Dick Cheney have in common? They all rear their heads in the world of Joyelle McSweeney, whose plays-in-verse search for what language and theater can uncover about the present day nature of power, control, and revolt. Photos by Lifan Li.

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PRO(M)BOIS(E): An Interview with Thibault Raoult

Paul Cunningham

08.08.17

Thibault Raoult in conversation with Paul Cunningham about identity, cinema, the internet, and Raoult’s poetry collection PRO(M)BOIS(E).

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Bond, Pamuk, and Me

Nicholas Bredie

08.07.17

Nicholas Bredie dissects the portrayal of Istanbul in popular imagination, particularly as a setting in Orhan Pamuk’s Nobel-winning work and the James Bond film Skyfall.

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The Chasm of You: In Conversation with Lindsay Hunter

Jaime Fountaine

08.01.17

Jaime Fountaine explores feminism and art with Lindsay Hunter on the occasion of her new novel, Eat Only When You’re Hungry.

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Irrational Logic: On Grief, Ritual, and Living Alone

Alexandra Wuest

07.31.17

“Two months after my father drops dead, I wake up and decide I need to live alone.” Alexandra Wuest studies the line between grief and isolation through the lenses of Eve Babitz, Roland Barthes, Agnes Martin, and more.

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We’re Both Just Making This Shit Up: Talking with Peter Markus and Robert Lopez

Peter Markus & Robert Lopez

07.11.17

Peter Markus and Robert Lopez in conversation about their ongoing approach to craft, mutual inspiration, and their latest works, Inside My Pencil and All Back Full.