Posts Tagged: Grace Krilanovich

The Rumpus Interview with Laura van den Berg

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Author Laura van den Berg talks to the Rumpus about why she thinks America is obsessed with dystopias, the intersection of surrealism and realism in her work, and choosing an ambiguous ending for her new novel, Find Me.

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Come To The Frequencies #3 Release Party In LA!

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LA Rockers! Go to Stories Books and Cafe tonight at 7 pm for the release of Two Dollar Radio’s Frequencies #3, a biannual journal of artful essays. The release party features the stylistic readings of Rumpus contributor Grace Krilanovich and Sara Finnerty, as well as Trinie Dalton, Anne-Marie Kinney, and Aaron Shulman.

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Two Dollar Radio Is Moving Into Film!

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The Columbus based indie publisher, Two Dollar Radio is expanding to the big screen! One of the first titles to be released from Two Dollar Radio Moving Pictures is The Removals, written by Rumpus contributor Nicholas Rombes and directed by Grace Krilanovich. Also, check out this trailer for another forthcoming release, The Greenbrier Ghost!

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The Eyeball #38: HOUSE

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Session four of my six-part class on using experimental films as writing prompts commenced last night at Richard Hugo House. In previous weeks we viewed films by Buñuel, Brakhage, and Anger, moving westward from Spain to Colorado to Los Angeles. This week we hopped across the Pacific to Japan, where we encountered Nobuhiko Obayashi’s House, […]

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