Posts Tagged: Dispatch from the Future

The Rumpus Interview with Leigh Stein

By

Leigh Stein discusses her new memoir, Land of Enchantment, co-founding Out of the Binders, and why most of her projects begin as “an idea that someone else pushes back on.”

...more

Next Letter in the Mail: Leigh Stein

By

We’re getting ready to send out our 7/1 Letter in the Mail, and it’s from Leigh Stein! Leigh writes to us about digital dualism—are her friendships formed via an online community second class to her “real life” relationships? Subscribe today to find out. SUMMER PROMOTION! For the month of June only, purchase a yearly LITM subscription and you’ll receive an autographed copy […]

...more

Praise For Dispatch From The Future

By

This month’s Rumpus Book Club selection – Leigh Stein’s Dispatch from the Future – gets an outstanding review from Guernica Magazine: “Stein’s poems are the very perfect product of a frenetic in-between culture where knowledge is currency but also poverty, and its artistic output is underscored by a perennial ennui—like the girl in high school who wears […]

...more

Leigh Stein at BOMBLOG

By

This week’s installment of BOMB’s “Word Choice” is four poems by Leigh Stein, whose new collection, Dispatch from the Future, launches July 19th at Melville House. The poems, like Stein’s debut novel, The Fallback Plan—a depiction of after-college limbo—strike a powerful balance between humor and melancholy, reference and storytelling. In “Epistolaphobia,” Stein reflects on the attraction to the […]

...more