Tyler Barton discusses his new story collection, ETERNAL NIGHT AT THE NATURE MUSEUM.
Tags: amy hempel, Chris Bachelder, Eternal Nature at the Nature Museum, flash fiction, jobs, Kate Finegan, Lorrie Moore, lydia davis, Manko, Mary Robison, Mary Ruefle, microfiction, mindfulness, Minnesota, Pennsylvania, poems, Portage, Sarabande, Sarabande Books, Saranac Lake, Tell Me, The Quiet Part Loud, Tyler Barton
Sarah J. Sloat discusses her new collection of erasure poetry, HOTEL ALMIGHTY.
Tags: A Little White Shadow, Ali Smith, Allan Bealy, Carrie, Catalog of Unabashed Gratitude, Chase Berggrun, collage, Collier Nogues, cory peeke, E Kristin Anderson, Elaine Equi, erasure, erasure poems, erasure poetry, Erik Satie, Ethel Rackin, Excuse me while I wring this long swim out of my hair, Georg Christoph Lichtenberg, Hannah Höch, Harryette Mullen, Heiress to a Small Ruin, Hotel Almighty, Jen Bervin, JM Farkas, Kurt Schwitters, Lesle Lewis, Marin Sorescu, Mary Ruefle, Matthea Harvey, Melinda Tidwell, Misery, Nets, Novica Tadić, Obit, poems, poetry, ross gay, Sarabande Books, Sarah J. Sloat, Stephen King, The Accidental, The Dead Zone, The Ground I Stand on Is Not My Ground, The Poeming, The Shining, The Stand, Vasko Popa, Victoria Chang, visual art, visual poetry, Walt Whitman
Narratives, reflections—“bright particulars,” every one. ...more
Tags: book review, COVID-19, debut collection, diorama, endangered species, environmental crisis, isolation, Julie Marie Wade, natural world, nature, Paige Lewis, pandemic, poems, poetry, poetry review, Quarantine, review, Sarabande, Sarabande Books, Space Struck, teaching, teaching writing
Poet Rick Barot discusses his existing body of work and the forthcoming collection THE GALLEONS.
Tags: Brian Teare, Child Holding Potato, Julie Marie Wade, Milkweed Editions, Pacific Northwest, poems, poetry, Rainier Writing Workshop, Rick Barot, Sarabande Books, Sarah Gorham, Small Fires, tacoma, The Darker Fall, The Galleons, visual art, Want, washington
Kiki Petrosino discusses her newest collection,
Witch Wife, the career she’d have in an alternate universe, and the relationship between reading and writing. ...more
Tags: adolescence, All My Pretty Ones, Anne Carson, Anne Sexton, blood, Bluets, Camille Dungy, Charles Wright, Daphne DuMaurier, essay writing, essays, Eula Biss, Facts for Visitors, family, Fort Red Border, genre, hybrid genre, Hymn for the Black Terrific, Instead of Dying, Iowa City, Julie Marie Wade, Katie Ford, Kiki Petrosino, Kim Brooks, lauren haldeman, Leslie Jamison, Maggie Nelson, Mary Szybist, motherhood, Nox, poetry, Radio, rebecca, Roxane Gay, Sarabande Books, Shane McCrae, Srikanth Reddy, Suck on the Marrow, teaching, teaching writing, thomas jefferson, University of Louisville, Witch Wife
Here’s what we’re reading in our Poetry Book Club next month!
In Full Velvet
offers the truth of a woman’s life—the queer truth, the queer rose, the queer valentine. And everything is different after that moment of initiation, instantiation. ...more
Tags: Books, Easy Math, Fort Red Border, Gerard Manley Hopkins, Jenny Johnson, Julie Marie Wade, Kiki Petrosino, Lauren Shapiro, LGBTQ, poetry, queer, Reviews, Rick Barot, Sarabande, Sarabande Books, The Darker Fall, Valentine, valentine's day
From award-winning indies like Graywolf and Copper Canyon, to the fresh crop of young presses like Yes Yes Books and Topside Press, every press begins with just one book. It can start at a kitchen table or at a pinball machine. At Lit Hub, Courtney Gillette has a run-down of twenty-one independent literary presses and their first […]
In Episode 13 of The Rumpus Late Nite Poetry Show, Rick Barot discusses his newest collection,
Chord, tone in poetry, and the selfies Bishop might’ve posted. ...more
Tags: Amy Clampitt, Brenda Hillman, chord, Dave Roderick, Elizabeth Bishop, John Keats, Jordan Knight, New England Review, New Kids on the Block, Oakland, Ode to a Grecian Urn, Pablo Neruda, Philippines, Rick Barot, Rumpus Late Nite Poetry Show, Sarabande Books, The Darker Fall, The Rainier Writing Workshop, tiny house, Vanessa Marsh, Wallace Stevens, Walt Whitman, Want, William matthews
Anya Ventura reviews
Three Kinds of Motion by Riley Hanick today in Rumpus Books. ...more