“In the beginning everything was easy: brush hair, eat M&M’s.” Poetry from Elizabeth Ellen, selected by spring poetry editor Lucy Tiven.
“I was manufacturing melancholy. I was trafficking in it. I was afraid of becoming boring. Or I was bored.” New fiction by Elizabeth Ellen.
From November 5-November 18, Chelsea Martin and Elizabeth Ellen traveled across much of America on a book tour. Here’s Ellen’s take on the excursion, including diary entries and photographs of Tao Lin.