Literary events taking place virtually this week!
Tags: Adam Dalva, Adam Smyer, Alice Wong, Alisson Wood, Angbeen Saleem, Angela Chen, Athena Dixon, Bethany C. Morrow, Billye Okera, brian gresko, Cassie Pruyn, Cathy Marie Buchanan, Charlie Jane Anders, Chelsea Bayouth, Christina Hammonds Reed, Christine H. Lee, Christine Hyung-Oak Lee, claire messud, Claire Meuschke, Claudia F. Savage, Clifford Bernier, Cory Doctorow, Dana Levin, Dani Janae, David Keplinger, David Maduli, Dazié Grego-Sykes, Deesha Philyaw, Diane Goettel, Diane Wilbon Parks, Dinahsta Thomas, Douglas A. Martin, Duane L. Hermann, eileen myles, Emily Mohn-Slate, Emily X.R. Pan, Erik Dussere, Heather Clark, Heid E. Erdrich, Hiram Larew, Hyunjee Nicole Kim, Ingrid Rojas Contreras, Jeannie Vanasco, Jeremy Radin, Jessica Abughattas, Jiordan Castle, John Guzlowski, Justina Ireland, K Ming Chang, Kamala Puligandla, Karen Scott, Kate Wyer, Laila Lalami, Lara Mimosa Monte, Liz Reitzig, Lucia LoTempio, M.J. Rose, Maggie Doherty, Megan Merchant, Melissa Faliveno, Miriam Bird Greenberg, Molly McGlennen, Monica Sok, Morgan Parker, nato green, Notable Online, Nova Ren Suma, Olivia Gatwood, P. Djèlí Clark, Paul Legault, Paul Lisicky, Philip Metres, Rachel Mennies, Raven Leilani, Rebecca Roanhorse, Sarah Gerard, Scott Nadelson, tess taylor, Tiffany McDaniel, Tiffany Melanson, tochi onyebuchi, Tommy Pico, Tongo Eisen-Martin, w. kamau bell
Literary events in and around NYC this week!
Tags: Adam Dalva, Adrian Shirk, Adriana Herrera, Allison Markin Powell, Ama Codjoe, Amanda LeDuc, amber sparks, amber tamblyn, Andie J. Christopher, Andrew Krivak, Anne Lesley Selcer, Arthur Phillips, Bryan Santin, Cressida Leyshon, David Ebershoff, David Puretz, dawn raffel, Deborah Landau, Devon Figueroa, Donna Seaman, Douglas Stuart, Emil Draitser, Emily Brandt, Emily Flake, Garrard Conley, Grace Kearney, Helen Phillips, Idra Novey, Imani Perry, Jen Sperry Steinnorth, Jenny Offill, Jenny Xie, Jimmy Cline, John Kenney, Jon Woodward, Jose de Pierola, Joshua Bennett, Julia Guez, Juliana Huxtable, Kate Clayborn, Katherine Rowland, Kathleen Donohoe, Kay Ulanday Barrett, Kelly Nerf, Kristina Marie Darling, Lesle Lewis, Lidia Yuknavitch, Lilly Dancyger, Linda Gordon, Liz Fried, madison smartt bell, Marco Malvestio, Marco Rafala, Margaret Kimberley, Mathea Morais, Matthew Thompson, Maya Rodale, Melinda Wilson, Michael Coffey, Miles Liebtag, Mitchell S. Jackson, Monica Youn, Monique Truong, Nicolette Polek, Notable New York City, Notable NYC, Peter Kispert, Poupeh Missaghi, Rachel Gilkey, Rachel Zucker, Richard Peabody, Rochelle Weinstein, Rosebud Ben-Oni, Rumaan Alam, RV Branham, Rye Curtis, Safia Jama, Salvatore Scibona, Sarah Meiste, Stacie Evans, Stella Wong, Stephanie Jimenez, Stephanie Thornton Plymale, Steven Ross, T.A. Stanley, Ted Hamilton, Tess Lewis, tess taylor, Wo Chan, Zibby Owen, Zoraida Cordova
Books releasing in the first half of 2020 that we can’t wait to read!
Tags: A Fish Growing Lungs, A Nail the Evening Hangs On, A Sinking Ship Is Still a Ship, Alberto Rios, Alexandra Chang, Alice Notley, All Adults Here, All My Mother's Lovers, Alysia Sawchyn, Apology to the Young Addict, Ariel Francisco, Before and After the Book Deal, Birthright, Brandon Taylor, C Pam Zhang, Carl Phillips, Carolyn Forche, Cathy Park Hong, Charles Yu, Chelsea Bieker, Children of the Land, Claire Comstock-Gay, Cleanness, courtney maum, Cynthia Cruz, Danez Smith, Days of Distraction, Deborah Paredez, Elizabeth Lindsey Rogers, Emily St. Mandel, Emma Copley Eisenberg, Emma Straub, Eric Tran, Erin Khar, Fairest, For the Ride, Foreign Bodies, Frances Cha, garth greenwell, George Abraham, Godshot, Guidebooks for the Dead, Homie, How Much Of These Hills Is Gold, If I Had Your Face, Ilana Masad, In the Lateness of the World, Include Me Out, Inconvenient Daughter, Interior Chinatown, James Brown, Jenn Shapland, John Freeman, John Murillo, Justin Phillip Reed, Katherine Silver, Kathryn Scanlan, Keep Moving, Kimiko Hahn, Kontemporary Amerikan Poetry, Lakewood, Later: My Life at the Edge of the World, Lauren J. Sharkey, Lidia Yuknavitch, Little Gods, Madame Clairevoyant’s Guide to the Stars, Maggie Smith, Maisy Card, María Sonia Cristoff, Marcelo Hernandez Castillo, Marie-Helene Bertino, Mark Doty, Maxine Mei-Fung Chung, Megan Giddings, Meng Jin, Meredith Talusan, Minor Feelings, Minor Feelings: An Asian American Reckoning, Monica Sok, My Autobiography of Carson McCullers, Natalie Diaz, Not go away is my name, Obit, Pale Colors in a Tall Field, parakeet, Paul Lisicky, Philip Metres, Postcolonial Love Poem, Quotients, Real Life, Rick Barot, Rift Zone, Rowan Ricardo Phillips, Samantha Irby, Sandra Meeks, Sejal Shah, Shrapnel Maps, Still, Strung Out, tess taylor, The Dominant Animal, The Eighth Girl, The Galleons, The Glass Hotel, The Gutter Spread Guide to Prayer, The Malevolent Volume, The Park, The Third Rainbow Girl, The Tilt Torn Away from the Seasons, These Ghosts Are Family, This Is One Way to Dance, Tracy O'Neill, Verge, Victoria Chang, What Is the Grass, What to Read When, Wow No Thank You, Year of the Dog
Literary events in and around the Bay Area this week!
Tags: Allie Larkin, Barb Johnson, Bay Area, Chia-Chia Lin, Cynthia Morrison Phoel, Felicity McLean, Forrest Gander, Gary Singh, Heather June Gibbons, Helen Phillips, Jon Sindell, Lila Savage, Mathangi Subramanian, Meg Donohue, Meg Elison, Meredith May, michael pollan, Michele Harris, Notable San Francisco, Notable SF, Peter Coyote, Randall Mann, Rebecca Solnit, Rita Bullwinkel, Robin Behn, Ruchika Tomar, San Francisco, Sarah Rich, Tanya Rey, tess taylor
Literary events and readings in and around the Bay Area this week!
Tags: Aja Couchois Duncan, Alejandro Saravia, Andy Weir, Arjun Rihan, Chris Cosentino, Cristina Rivera Garza, Crystal Azul Barr Free, David Bacon, Gar McVey-Russell, George Lakey, Gr Keer, Ingrid Keir, Jared Joseph, Jon Sindell, Julia Bouwsma, Lee Herrick, María José Giménez, Mauro Javier Cardenas, Maya Chinchilla, Nancy Au, Notable San Francisco, Notable SF, Rona Luo, Sherry Wilson, tess taylor, Vanessa Rochelle Lewis, Youssef Alaoui
Barbara Berman reviews
Of Poetry and Protest: From Emmitt Till to Trayvon Martin and Monticello In Mind: Fifty Contemporary Poems on Jefferson today in Rumpus Poetry. ...more
Tags: Barbara Berman, barbara Jordan, book review, C S Giscombe, Camille Dungy, Carlos Fuentes, Harry Belafonte, John Peto, Lisa Russ Spaar, Madrid, Michael Warr, Monticello In Mind, Natasha Trethewey, Of Poetry and Protest, Philip Cushway, poetry, poetry review, Sonia Sanchez, tess taylor, Thyssen Bornemisza Museum, Yusuf Komunyakaa
The Rumpus Poetry Book Club chats with Sandra Meek about her new collection
An Ecology of Elsewhere, writing landscapes, and the power of syntactic density. ...more
Tags: Africa, An Ecology of Elsewhere, apartheid, Arcadia Road, Botswana, brian spears, Bryce Canyon, Camille Dungy, Cape Cross, Dead Vlei, landscape, Muse, Namibia, patrick rosal, Peace Corps, Persea Books, poetry, Road Scatter, Rumpus Poetry Book Club, Sandra Meek, Skeleton Coast, syntax, Terrance Hayes, tess taylor, Thorpe Moeckel, Welwitschia, Work & Days
The Rumpus Poetry Book Club chats with Tess Taylor about her new collection
Work & Days, manual labor, and the lyric possibilities in small fields. ...more
Tags: Alice Waters, Amy Clampitt, Bees, Berkeley, California, Chez Panisse, childhood, climate change, David Rivard, Des Moines, Drones, ecosystem, Eva Saulitis, farming, fertility, food, foodie, gardening, Hesiod, Ishion Hutchinson, John Clare, Lenox, Les Murray, Midwest, motherhood, new england, Ocean Vuong, parenting, physical labor, poetry, pregnancy, Robert Frost, Rumpus Poetry Book Club, Seamus Heaney, ted hughes, tess taylor, the forage house, Valzhyna Mort, Virgil, wendell berry, Work & Days, WS Merwin
A book of poetry wrangling with your complicated Southern genealogy: this, by definition, is a complicated endeavor. The Forage House, Tess Taylor’s debut book of poetry, finds the author doing just that. The Oxford American talks to her about what that was like: A lot of these poems are a kind of anti-reporting. They’re a record of the places where […]
At The Millions, Michael Bourne writes about the stunning success of poet Tess Taylor’s debut collection, The Forage House, and technology’s hand in making it happen: When writers talk about literature in the digital age, they tend to lay out one nightmare scenario after another: books losing value as they migrate onto screens, publishing houses shedding […]