Kelly Schirmann and Tyler Brewington, co-authors of the collaborative book Boyfriend Mountain, interview each other about their experiences of writing the book.
Jackson Nieuwland checks in with Lucy K. Shaw in Berlin, discussing the editorial vision of her press, Shabby Doll House, and the release of her debut book, The Motion, from 421 Atlanta.
Thomas Moore in conversation with Mark Gluth about craft, influence, black metal, and sadness.
Micah Gottlieb spans from Lars Von Trier to Joseph Cornell in conversation with filmmaker Caveh Zahedi upon the release of Digging My Own Grave, a 6-disc box set of his work.
Juliet Escoria interviews Halle Butler about her book, Jillian, screenwriting, and temper tantrums.
Guillaume Morissette speaks with Sophia Katz about internet shitstorms, drugs, and her debut book, The Title Of This Book Is An Inside Joke.
Shya Scanlon in conversation with Frances Chiem on place, time, and genre in his new novel, The Guild of Saint Cooper.
On the publication of his GIF-novel, Zac’s Haunted House, Joyelle McSweeney interviews Dennis Cooper on violence, politics, porn, style, and collaboration.
Daniel Beauregard sits down with poet and publisher of Coconut Books, Bruce Covey, for a discussion on reading, the machinery of poetry, and his latest book, Change Machine, as well as two new poems.