Serbian-American poet; former co-poetry editor of the Paris Review and fifteenth Poet Laureate Consultant in Poetry to the Library of Congress (2007)
Sep. 5, 2002
Sep. 23, 1999
Ever since he was a child, Clark Strand has awoken in the middle of the night and gone out walking. One night a voice spoke directly in his ear, saying, “Don’t go out tonight.
This is Rob Long and on today’s Martini Shot I talk about serial killers and families living together and all of the ways writers have of making the job a little easier and the viewer…
from Martini Shot
It’s TV staffing season: when writers look for jobs. But this year, writers have fired their agents in their battle over packaging fees.
from The Business
About the interdependence between humans and trees, Richard Powers found a place for the non-human in literary fiction with his new book, The Overstory .
It is, every bit of it, the cat’s meow.
from Film Reviews
At the beginning of Michael McKeever’s play at the Fountain Theatre, we are at the end of a dinner party.
from Opening the Curtain
Edward Goldman talks about the Eleanor Antin exhibition at LACMA and an exhibition by June Edmonds at Luis de Jesus gallery.
from Art Talk
Los Angeles-Long Beach has once again been cited the nation’s capital for dirty air, just as LA Mayor Eric Garcetti has made cleaning the air a central plank of his green new deal.
from Design and Architecture
An episode where Jeff finds little things on the forest floor and hands them to you...metaphorically speaking.
from Here Be Monsters