Erika Dreifus on two new collections: Ron Hansen’s She Loves Me Not: New and Selected Stories and Tehila Lieberman’s Venus in the Afternoon.
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The author of the 2011 collection, God Bless America, Almond discusses the author-editor relationship, the death of the American Dream, and Jane Austen. And that’s just for starters.
Brown’s sophomore collection reveals trespasses big and bold in an upscale Connecticut town.
Dzanc Books and 826michigan founder Steven Gillis talks about the “rogue warrior” Renaissance in indie publishing and his new collection, The Law of Strings .
Fiercely protective of his writing time, Joshua Cohen (Four New Messages) makes no apologies for keeping his interview answers pithy: “The book is the oil painting above the grand piano of the future. Certain households have them. We/they know who they are.”
Not for the faint of heart. Glitter, doom, and a bracing imaginative landscape await in Binder’s debut collection.
A zombie wanders a big-box store, terrifying employees. A company that outsources grief. Yu serves up the human condition with a SciFi twist.
In her thoughtful, entertaining new collection, Signs and Wonders, Alix Ohlin lures readers into what seem like lulls, and then, there it is: a car crash. A coma. A missing child. A man licking a woman’s leg.
Last week we featured Kevin Moffett’s collection Further Interpretations of Real-Life Events, and we’re pleased to announce the winners:
Duane Poncy (@duaneponcy)
Patrick K. Dawson (@patrickkdawson)
Danielle Oliver (@D__oliver)
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It’s all about choices in Kevin Moffett’s new collection—Further Interpretations of Real-Life Events—bizarre, unsettling, gut-wrenching choices.