Catch Business & Shy Watson talk about Watson’s new book of poetry, Cheap Yellow, and whether romance is love.
Christy Crutchfield explores the monsters, fiction hybrids, and the heart of strange creatures via Monster Portraits by Del Samatar and Sofia Samatar.
Shawn Wen’s biography in blank verse of Marcel Marceau the famed French mime establishes her as an irresistible force, much like her debut’s subject. Joseph Houlihan reviews.
Hilary Plum offers up an excerpt from her novel, Strawberry Fields, winner of the Fence Modern Prize in Prose, about the Iraq war and journalism.
Mike Kleine wrote a 100,000-word book in five days, under contract for publication. Herein he dissects the nitty-gritty of his approach to the ambitious project, which has taken the form of a novel about the Zodiac Killer, including acts of coding, miming, and visual design.