Intellectual, accessible, and provocative literary conversations.
Victoria Chang discusses Love, Love, her children’s novel written in verse—poetry written for children.
Victoria Chang’s Obit is a poetry book about the impact of death on the living.
Benjamin Moser recently won a Pulitzer Prize for his biography Sontag: Her Life and Work . In this show from the archives, he talks about Susan Sontag‘s ideology: reading more…
Daniel Kehlmann describes his new novel, Tyll , as dark, frightening, and murky—in a good way.
Youthful nihilism, contradictory impulses, preferences and desires catch up with Rob Doyle in his explicitly autobiographical novel Threshold.
Ariana Reines discusses her A Sand Book poetry being centered around a theme of hiding: running away and trying to escape.
Charles North describes Everything and Other Poems as “messy poetry” without the formal demands of his earlier work.
Harry Dodge’s My Meteorite: Or, Without the Random There Can Be No New Thing shifts its scale from the cosmos to viruses.