Wayne Koestenbaum


American poet, writer and critic, and Professor of English at City University of New York

Wayne Koestenbaum on KCRW

Wayne Koestenbaum: Humiliation

from Bookworm

A Celebration of the Work of Swiss Writer Robert Walser

from Bookworm

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Mary Ruefle reads the entirety of her glorious and gruesome essay about shrunken heads, the title essay in her book My Private Property.

from Bookworm

Tosh Berman’s memoir,  Tosh: Growing Up in Wallace Berman’s World , is a depiction of culture brought into Los Angeles from the rest of the world: reinvented to be here.

from Bookworm

This is Rob Long and on today’s Martini Shot I talk about how you know when someone really loves you, by marshmallows and piles of shrimp.

from Martini Shot

Hunter Drohojowska-Philp visits a survey at CSUN and at Edward Cella’s Gallery.

from Art Talk

Edward Goldman talks about the friendly invasion of our city by various art fairs.

from Art Talk

An Italian filmmaker drives across the country looking for his vision of America.

from The Document

Edward Goldman talks about the great portrait by Titian on loan to Norton Simon from Dresden.

from Art Talk

Bethany Denton wonders if her unborn children still watch her from the premortal existence.

from Here Be Monsters

A romantic daytime drive becomes a nightmare when Mihai’s mind betrays him – and he turns on the person he loves.

from UnFictional