Bookworm

Bookworm

Intellectual, accessible, and provocative literary conversations.

The poetry in Ariana Reine’s  A Sand Book  is centered around the theme of hiding: running away and trying to escape.

Ocean Vuong speaks of leaving his thumbprint within his new novel On Earth We’re Briefly Gorgeous.

Editor/poet David Trinidad, poet Amy Gerstler, and publisher Ruth Greenstein reflect on the dynamic mind behind  Punk Rock is Cool for the End of the World: Poems and Notebooks of Ed…

David Trinidad’s Swinging on a Star is a two-part collection of poems that put the human in pop culture.

Laila Lalami’s The Other Americans is a polyphonic novel about social class and identity, with a revelation in every chapter.

A stunning graphic novel by one of the medium’s greatest creators, Seth’s Clyde Fans is about people living in a memory fog, and the strange reverie that life takes on when one grows…

Ben’s life falls down around him, and he’s the protagonist, in  A Wonderful Stroke of Luck , by master writer Ann Beattie.

The Parade,  by Dave Eggers, is a book of creeping dread, where every worst thing is possible, and rational reason leads one to expect that the worst is not over.