The Airship Advent Calendar: author trivia daily.
Guy Intoci of Dzanc Books acquires Patrick O’Neil’s memoir, already out in France–congrats on both ends.
Powerful essay,”Air Hunger,” by Angela Giles Patel, over at Sunday Rumpus pal Jennifer Pastiloff’s The Manifest-Station.
I think these are all fake. But if it’s Monday morning and you’re looking to kill some time at work snickering…
This holiday season, Benevolent makes it easy to give others a boost…
Some thoughtful writing advice from recently deceased Algonquin Books co-founder, Louis Rubin.
Mixed race and identity in Southern California.
Have a story, good bad or ugly, about Chicago music club The Empty Bottle? Curbside Splendor is publishing an oral history…kind of a coffee table book with broken urinals.
Oh my. Lars von Trier’s Nymphomaniac trailer accidentally shown to a bunch of Florida kids there to watch Frozen!
Show this to your mother, your daughters, yourself. Wow. Seriously. There is one line in here that nails me so badly…I suspect every woman will have “that line,” but they will all be different, maybe?
I’m in Palm Springs by now! UC-Riverside low residency MFA! My dream job, basically. Except, so help me, every single time I come out in December, it’s like 85 degrees the day before I get there and suddenly in the 30s. This shit is not funny. Is there some Cassadine weather machine ala General Hospital circa the 80s that Tod Goldberg is wielding for his amusement on my visits or something?