Kimberly King Parsons interviews her mentor, Victoria Redel.
Tags: Adrienne Rich, Black Light, C.K. Williams, Derrick Walcott, Gordon Lish, grace paley, Helene Cixous, Joseph Brodsky, Kimberly King Parsons, Mentor Series, motherhood, mothers, parenting, Philip Levine, Stanley Kunitz, Stephen Dunn, teaching, teaching writing, The Boiling River, Three Ladders on the Step to Writing, Victoria Redel, Where the Road Bottoms Out
Literary events and readings in and around New York City this week!
Tags: Aja Gabel, Alexa Brahme, Alexander Chee, Alibi Jones, Amy Meng, Angelica Baker, Antonio Monda, Arpine Konyalian Grenier, Benjamin H. Shepard, Brittany Ackerman, Cody Ross Romero, Corey Mead, Daisy Atterbury, Dizz Tate, Donna Masini, Echo Pane, Eddie Joyce, Emma Copley Eisenberg, Erik McGregor, Franchesca Ramsey, Frencheska Medina, Gnaomi Siemens, Halifu Osumare, HIlary Plum, Hubert Vigilla, Idra Novey, Jawole Zollar, JC Hopkins, Jennifer Haupt, Jess Feldman, Joan Larkin, John Griswold Pena, Jonas Kyle, Julia Fine, Julia Guez, Julie Buntin, Julie Orringer, Katie Rejsek, Kayleb Rae Candrilli, Keegan Lester, Kelly Anderson, Lara Elena Donnelly, Laura Creste, Laura Marris, Liz Bowen, Luke McMullan, marie howe, Mark Noonan, Mary Boo Anderson, mary gaitskill, Max Gladstone, Meiko Ko, Melissa Febos, Melissa Mesku, Michael Chabon, Michael Whalen, Michelle Tea, Miller Oberman, Mina Zohal, Minda Honey, Neil DeMause, New York City, Nick Flynn, Nicole Sealey, notable new york, Notable NYC, Noy Holland, Nuar Alsadir, patrick rosal, Peter Catapano, Polly Duff Kertis, Pred Cisterna, Rakesh Satyal, Randall Klein, Rax King, Riccardo Manzotti, Robin Laverne Wilson, Robin Michals, Ron Kolm, Sandra Allen, Sara Lippmann, Sarah Gailey, Shy Watson, Tayari Jones, tom mcallister, Toni Jensen, Victoria Redel, Wren Hanks, Zoë Van Tieghem
Literary events and readings in and around New York City this week!
Tags: Abigail Bereola, Adam Valen Levinson, Adrienne Herr, Alex Gilvarry, Andrew Durbin, Angelica Baker, Anne Lai, Barbara Browning, Benjamin Taylor, Bob Mentero, Brian Allen Carr, Bud Smith, Celina Su, Chris Hosea, Coco Fitterman, Corey Robin, Cynthia Manick, Dalia Sofer, Dan Hoyt, Daniel Jose Older, David Abrams, david gates, David Lazar, David Lehman, Deirdre Coyle, Eleanor Henderson, Emily Skillings, George Michelsen Foy, Glory Edim, gordon haber, Helen Benedict, Honor Moore, Ivy Pochoda, Jaclyn Friedman, JC Hopkins, Jennifer Huang, Joan Silber, Jonas Kyle, Katherine Hill, Katie Willingham, keith gessen, kelly link, Kelly McMasters, Kristen Iskandrian, Kristen Radtke, Kwame Opoku-Duku III, Lawrence Joseph, Lucy Ives, Luke Jerod Kummer, Lynn Melnick, Madeleine Beckman, Mandy Berman, Margot Kahn, Mariam Bazeed, Matt Gallagher, Matthew Yeager, Megan Abbott, Melissa Ragsly, Mesh Flinder, Molly Prentiss, Mylène Dressler, Nadra Mabrouk, New York City, notable new york, Notable NYC, Pamela Ryder, phillip lopate, Rachel Khong, Rachel Levitsky, Rebecca Warzer, Rivers Solomon, Roberta Lawrence, Rosa Alcalá, Rosamond S. King, Ross Simonini, Ruby Namdar, Samantha Zighelboim, Samhita Mukhopadhyay, Samuel Bronowski, Sarah Gerard, Seth Kugel, Shawn Harris, Sigrid Nunez, Stephanie Jimenez, Victoria Redel, Yanyi
Victoria Redel discusses her newest novel,
Before Everything, living through and beyond grief, and why she loves secrets. ...more
Tags: A Rumpus Interview, AIDS, assisted suicide, Atul Gawande, babies, Before Everything, Being Mortal, bodies, cancer, childbirth, children, chronic illness, death, dying, friendship, health, healthcare, hospice, illness, Jane Ratcliffe, Loverboy, medicine, mortality, motherhood, mothers, mothers and daughters, parenting, pregnancy, Sarah Lawrence College, scoliosis, secrets, Sex, sexuality, shame, teaching, teaching writing, Victoria Redel, writing
Monday 7/10: Write Club L.A. presents Chapter 65: The Kids Are Alright. Featuring readings by Sofia Carianna, Spencer Towne, Rebeka Barrera, Annette Barrera, Christian Perfas, and Jacorey Palmer. Hosted by Paula Killen and Justin Wellborn, with Jeff Dorchen. $10–$20/pay what you can. Doors at 7 p.m. at the Bootleg Theater. Bonnie Buratti discusses and signs Worlds […]
Tags: Angelica Lai, Annette Barrera, Atticus, Bill Cushing, Bonnie Buratti, Candace Pearson, Chiwan Choi, Christian Perfas, Christopher bollen, Dave Romanelli, Désirée Zamorano, Diane Gilliam, Eleanor Brown, Elizabeth Briggs, Erica Goodwin, F. Douglas Brown, Gabe Hudson, Genevieve Kaplan, Ivy Pochoda, Jacorey Palmer, Jaimal Yogis, Janelle Brown, Janine Brito, Jeff Dorchen, Jennifer Brody, Jennifer Scott, Jervey Tervalon, Jessica Piazza, John Andrew Fredrick, Josh Stevens, Judeth Oden Choi, Justin Sayre, Justin Wellborn, Keenan Norris, Keith Morris, Kevin Kataoka, Kim Vodicka, Kristin Sanders, Laura House, Leila Howland, Lina Lecaro, los angeles, Lynnell Edwards, Maggie Shipstead, Marie Joyce Artap, Michelle Williams, Mike Sonksen, Miranda Bowden, Nathalie Sanchez, Notable L.A., notable los angeles, Paula Killen, Rebeka Barrera, Richard Modiano, Rocío Carlos, Roger Steffens, Rosalind Helfand, Seth Greenland, Sofia Carianna, Sofia Leggio, Sondria Malika Casey, Spencer Towne, T'ai Freedom Ford, Tamra Brown, Terrence Hayes, Veda Stamps, Victoria Redel, Xach Fromson, Ximena Salas, Zinzi Clemmons, Zoe Ruiz
Saturday 6/24: Juan Martinez, Jimin Han, and Paul Cohen celebrate debut fiction. Spoonbill & Sugartown, 7 p.m., free. Sunday 6/25: Rob Hill, Omotara James, Meghan E.B. Lin, and Phil Demise Smith celebrate the launch of the latest issue of Newtown Literary. Socrates Sculpture Park, 4 p.m., free.
Tags: Anne Gorrick, Anne Helen Peterson, Bonnie Pipkin, Charlotte Shane, Chris Wolfe, Christopher bollen, Coe Booth, Dani Shapiro, Diksha Basu, Garrard Conley, Jane Green, Janet Mock, Jean Hanff Korelitz, Jeff VanderMeer, Jennifer Enderlin, Jimin Han, Juan Martinez, Julie Pennell, Kate Brandes, Leah Clancy, Leah DeCesare, Mandy Len Catron, Meghan E.B. Lin, New York City, Nick White, notable new york, Notable NYC, Olivia Kate Cerrone, Omotara James, Paul Cohen, Phil Demise Smith, Rebecca Carroll, Renee Macalino Rutledge, Rob Hill, Ryann Slauson, Sandi Ward, Sarah Healy, Sarah MacLean, Shawn Escariga, Tessa Bailey, Todd Anderson, Victoria Redel, Yuri Herrera, Zeeva Bukai, Zoralda Córdova
Brachah Goykadosh reviews Victoria Redel’s
Woman Without Umbrella today in Rumpus Poetry. ...more
Saturday 11/30: Indies First is a nationwide celebration of independent bookstores launched by author Sherman Alexie to support small businesses. Independent bookstores around New York City invited some of their favorite authors for appearances: John Bemelmans Marciano, Emma Straub, Tim O’Mara, Jami Attenberg, Myke Cole, Amy Shearn, Jennifer Keishin Armstrong, Brandan Jay Sullivan, and Sarah […]
Tags: Alexander Chee, elissa bassist, Emma Straub, leigh newman, Lily Brett, Michelle Orange, mike albo, Notable NYC, Sari Botton, Teddy Wayne, Tim O'Mara, Victoria Redel
This week in New York, Performa 09 festival of performing arts inspired by Futurist film, music and literature opens, Bomb throws a Fall Issue Launch Party, Books & Quiche Reading Series is back with Yiyun Li and Salvatore Scibona, Light Industry and Triple Canopy team up to bring you a 14-hour film installation, Robert Wilson’s […]
Tags: agriculture reader, al gore, BAM, Bomb Magazine, Books & Quiche Reading Series, brody condon, bruce high quality foundation, cameron diaz, Carrie Brownstein, Christopher Sorrentino, franco zeffirelli, Gregory Lacava, Greil Marcus, jeremy schmall, Justin Taylor, light industry, morris dickstein, Next Wave Festival, performa 09, quartett, richard kelly, robert wilson, Rozalia Jovanovic, Salvatore Scibona, Speed Shrinking Party, Susan Shapiro, the box, Triple Canopy, turandot, Victoria Redel, wang bing, yiyun li