CP Heiser talks to Alejandro Zambra about the Great Conspiracies of the family, who tells Chile’s story, and the rhythm of his novels.
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David Breskin explains why the ghazal works to accompany Ed Ruscha’s art and Nels Cline’s music. “In the end, I felt that I was writing while wearing the world’s most luxurious set of fur-lined handcuffs.”
Poet, translator, and dramatist Jenny Lewis talks with the similarly multi-genre Ruth Fainlight about her poetry, life, experience shooting guns, and her love of B-movies. A “feminist from birth,” Fainlight counted Robert Graves, Sylvia Plath, and Ted Hughes among her close friends.
Mathew Timmons’ latest book, The New Poetics ($15), published by Les Figues Press as part of their TrenchArt Maneuvers Series, topped the Small Press Distribution bestseller list for poetry in December.
I’ve been to Dover Beach, and suffice it to say I was not impressed. I mean, where are the piña coladas?
A conversation with Pascale Petit about her new collection of poetry, What the Water Gave to Me, a biography in verse of Frida Kahlo.
A conversation with Native American Sherwin Bitsui about his new, second book of poetry, Flood Song.
Poet Ange Mlinko discusses her latest book with Jordan Davis.
A conversation with Ching-In Chen about her new novel in poems, The Heart’s Traffic.
Friday 21 May 2010 The End Times Opry brings its multidisciplinary arts showcase to the Eagle Rock Arts Center. As media partners, we’re proud to present the following interview with poet Elena Karina Byrne, one of several Los Angeles-area poets performing at The End Times. Elena and I conversed by email. Her love of language […]
Vera Pavlova’s new collection, If There Is Something to Desire, her first to be released in English, was published by Knopf in January. The book collects one hundred of her poems, many which have yet to appear in print, translated by her husband Steven Seymour. A truly international poet who spends her time between Moscow and […]
This is the first of a new monthly series of interview by music writer Jeanette Leech, who is currently finishing her book on far-out folk, Shifting Sands, to be published autumn 2010 by Jawbone Books. During the course of her research, Leech has had the opportunity to speak with some of the genre’s most dynamic […]