“Neither a lie nor a confession” : A Review of Strike a Prose: Memoirs of a Lit Diva ExtraordinaireMeghan Lamb
Conceptions of the real, unreal, and hyperreal converge in Tim Jones-Yelvington’s polyvocal hybrid novel, forming a continuously shifting “kaleidoscope of cultural tropes and myths of queer identity.” Meghan Lamb reviews.
66 Maple CourtMeghan Lamb
Meghan Lamb with a fragmentary reconsideration of the nature of one’s home and how it changes with perspective, what it retains.
Christmas Presents Full of Nothing: A Review of The Sarah Book by Scott McClanahanMeghan Lamb
How to build a moving story out of a lifeline of lies, loss, and bad decisions? Meghan Lamb takes a look at how Scott McClanahan’s The Sarah Book weaves its strange and heartfelt magic.
“I want the emotion to be the center of truth” An Interview with G.O.A.T’s Jim LaczkowskiMeghan Lamb
Chicago musician and podcaster Jim Laczkowski (of a variety of acts from James Eric to G.O.A.T, short for Garden On A Trampoline) in conversation with Meghan Lamb about editing, film, teaching, and his latest album, Silent Light.
“NO MORE NO MORE NO MORE NO MORE NO LANGUAGE NO MORE NO MORE NO MORE NO MORE NO MORE NO MORE NO MORE NO MORE LANGUAGE NO MORE LANGUAGE NO MORE NO MORE”: Formbending new fiction by Meghan Lamb.
Words To Describe Myself After The IncidentMeghan Lamb
“ABLEABACAA / ABODOMINAAAMPITI / AMPLEAAAAMBIAMPAVAL / ACRIMAAACIAAAANIMALL.” Deep self-scan in new work from Meghan Lamb.