With Steven Espada Dawson, Elisa Gonzalez, and Gaia Rajan.
Tags: addiction, Aeneid, Alice Notley, Anne Carson, Before the First Book, Black Aperture, Brenda Shaughnessy, Brian Dillon, C. D. Wright, Cathy Park Hong, community, Curves of the Apple, David Graeber, Debt, descent, Donna Tartt, Elisa Gonzalez, Essayism, Gaia Rajan, George Oppen, Gwendolyn Brooks, Heroin, Jorie Graham, Lauren Russell, Matt Rasmussen, Maud Martha, MFA, Midwest, Minor Feelings, Mitski, Natalie Diaz, nostalgia, Patrycja Humienik, place, poems, poetry, Quan Barry, robert hass, Rosmarie Waldrop, Shallcross, Steven Dawson, Steven Espada Dawson, The Goldfinch, Tory Dent, Water Puppets, When My Brother Was An Aztec, writing ritual, Zbigniew Herbert
Kyle McCarthy discusses her debut novel, EVERYONE KNOWS HOW MUCH I LOVE YOU.
Tags: As a Friend, autofiction, debut novel, Elaine Scarry, Eric Maisel, Evan James, Everyone Knows How Much I Love You, Faulkner, Forrest Gander, geoff dyer, I've Been Wrong Before, Iowa Writers' Workshop, jamaica kincaid, Jia Tolentino, Kenneth Rexroth, kyle mccarthy, lucy, Marilynne Robinson, michelle huneven, Mitski, Out of Sheer Rage, Sigrid Nunez, The Last of Her Kind, Toni Morrison, wayne koestenbaum, white privilege, white women
Aria Aber discusses her debut poetry collection, HARD DAMAGE.
Tags: A Place for Us, Adrienne Rich, Afghan, Afghanistan, Afghanistan war, Aileen Keown Vaux, Aria Aber, ayahuasca, Be the Cowboy, bilingual, canon, debut collection, displacement, exile, faith, fascism, Fatima Farheen Mirza, God, Hard Damage, Heidegger, Kabul, language, literary canon, Louise Glück, Mitski, multilingual, muslim, nature poetry, Ocean Vuong, poems, poetry, polyglot, Prairie Schooner Book Prize in Poetry, psychedelics, PTSD, Racism, religion, Rilke, Sharon Choi, Solmaz Sharif, syntax, Taliban, translation, trauma, Walt Whitman, war, Wild Iris
I was a lonely, dreamy, occasionally silly girl. ...more
Tags: Adrianne Lenker, African, Arcade Fire, Ashanti, Baltimore, Ben Kweller, Big Thief, Black Star, bob dylan, Brandy, Bright Eyes, Brockhampton, Brooklyn, Buck Meek, Call Me By Your Name, Childish Gambino, Coldplay, Conor Oberst, death cab for cutie, destiny's child, Dostoevsky, East African, Elton John, family, Felicity, Hard-Fi, heritage, identity, immigrant, immigrants, immigration, India Arie, indie music, indie rock, Jay Som, Jimmy Eat World, John Hughes, Joshua Radin, Julia Jacklin, Kaia Kater, kanye west, Kasabian, Keane, Lauryn Hill, LGBTQ, live music, Mitski, Moses Sumney, Music, Nilüfer Yanya, Noname, of montreal, OutKast, prince, Queen, queer, racial identity, Racism, Rihanna, shame, sufjan stevens, The Beatles, The Killers, The Perishers, the Shins, The Smashing Pumpkins, The Strokes, Toni Morrison, U2, veronica mars, white privilege, whiteness, Zap Mama
Don’t miss this new series of 7-inch records and digital downloads to benefit Planned Parenthood!
Tags: 7-inches for Planned Parenthood, Allyson McCabe, Angela Pilgrim, bon iver, Bryce Dessner, For Marsha P. Johnson, Mitski, Planned Parenthood, reproductive rights, sarah silverman, sleater-kinney, The Death and Life of Marsha P. Johnson, the national, Tig Notaro, William Villalongo, Zach Galifianakis
Our First 100 Days, started in conjunction with Secretly Group and 30 Songs, 30 Days, will release 100 previously unreleased songs via Bandcamp throughout Trump’s first 100 days in office. Sold in a subscription format for a minimum contribution of $30, fans will receive one song per day across the first 100 days of Trump’s presidency. All profits will benefit […]
Tags: 30 Songs 30 Days, All Above All, Angel Olsen, Cosecha, Donald Trump, election 2016, Fly On Your Wall, Hoosier Action, How To Dress Well, Joey Purp, Kami, Mitski, Our First 100 Days, People’s Climate Movement, Porches, Protomartyr, Secretly Group, Southerners on New Ground, The Range, Toro Y Moi, Trump, Ty Segall, Waxahatchee, Whitney, Will Oldham