Eden Comes Easily to Mind: Nine Questions with Visual Poet Catherine BresnerJason Teal
Catherine Bresner opens up in conversation with Jason Teal about the process of combining collage with poetry to create the “poetry comics” of her book, the empty season, spanning haunting public domain images and immersive collage works harmonized to summon powers of body horror and feminism.
NOT EVERY DEAD BODY GIVES UP A GHOST: A CONVERSATION WITH ALANA I. CAPRIAJason Teal
Jason Teal digs in with Alana I. Capria about her horrific, Lynchian fairy tale novel Mother Walked into the Lake.
“I wasn’t helpless at all. I wasn’t a beetle.” : A Review of Colin Winnette’s The Job of the WaspJason Teal
Colin Winnette’s latest, The Job of the Wasp, reprograms the murder mystery to invite such questions as: What cruelty lurks behind a shadow? Why can’t we weep openly without scorn? Why doesn’t weather menace our stories? Jason Teal reviews.
Opposites contain their opposites: An Interview with Joseph ScapellatoJason Teal
Joseph Scapellato speaks with Jason Teal about westerns and the New West in relation to Scapellato’s debut work of fiction, Big Lonesome.