Fri, 27 February 2015
This week, it's this writing podcast's third mixtape.
Sat, 21 February 2015
In this week’s episode, I talk to the memoirist, novelist, and journalist Marya Honrbacher,
plus J.J. Anselmi reads his personal essay, "Atrophy,"
and I offer a tribute to the late Philip Levine.
Read Marya Hornbacher's wonderful Smithsonian profile of Oscar Peterson here.
J.J. Anselmi's "Atrophy" first appeared online in Cleaver Magazine.
Rest in peace, Philip Levine.
Read Aaron Belz's discussion of his correspondence with Philip Levine here.
Check out Orlando Shakes’ wonderfully colorful production of Merry Wives, which runs from February 4 to March 7, 2015.
Thu, 12 February 2015
This week features our third annual Erotic Poetry Night,
Genevieve Anna Tyrrell
Many thanks to our most excellent venue,
Sat, 7 February 2015
In this week’s episode, I talk to the novelist Darcey Steinke,
plus I share a spoken word poem by Wilson Santos, and a brief interview about his crowdfunding project for literacy in the Dominican Republic.
Check out more about Wilson Santos' Domican Republic project, including how to donate, here.
Check out Orlando Shakes' wonderfully colorful production of Merry Wives, with runs from February 4 to March 7, 2015.
Michael Chabon is a lyricist for Mark Ronson's new album, Uptown Special, as covered by The Guardian.
Harper Lee's lost novel, Go Set a Watchman, will be published later this year. The Atlantic reports on the story of its discovery. In an attempt to allay fears of Lee's competence, she has apparently released a statement through her lawyer, saying, "“I’m alive and kicking and happy as hell with the reactions to ‘Watchman,’ ” according to The New York Times.