Posts Tagged: Tobias Carroll
In Vikram Chandra’s eyes, programming’s a lot like penning a piece:
When I first started programming, I was already writing my first novel, and the similarities became obvious right away: Both are iterative processes in which you construct bits of language and try to refine them; you try to construct complexity out of assemblages of small, simple bits of functionality.
Writer, playwright, and poet Norman Lock delves into his process and discusses inserting himself into his own fiction, writing from the perspective of iconic characters, and acting as the lawgiver of one’s own imagination....more
Rumpus contributor Adam Wilson sat down with Tobias Carroll over at the Tottenville Review to discuss Wilson’s latest collection of stories, What’s Important is Feeling. Wilson reveals his interests in Occupy Wall Street and social class, observing:
And then I went away to college and went, “Oh, wait–I really do come from this incredibly privileged background.” And I had to reshape a lot of my thinking about it.
n+1 celebrates the launch of Issue Eighteen: Good News. Recess Activities, 8 p.m., $10 or free for subscribers....more
It begins with an act of divine intervention. “God reached his hand down from the sky,” sings Hutch Harris....more