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Morgan Talty on Writing and Publishing

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In this interview for the Otherppl With Brad Listi podcast, Morgan Talty offers advice about book advances and publishing, and talks about the popularity of short stories and writing his first novel, Fire Exit (Tin House, 2024). For more from Talty, read his installment of our Ten Questions series.

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Malecón/Miami by Leslie Sainz

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Leslie Sainz reads her poem “Malecón/Miami,” which appears in her debut collection, Have You Been Long Enough at Table (Tin House, 2023), in this short film produced by the O, Miami Poetry Festival. Sainz is featured in “Performing the Future: Our Nineteenth Annual Look at Debut Poets” in the January/February issue of Poets & Writers Magazine.

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Athena Dixon on The Loneliness Files

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“It was a curiosity, it was a fear that led me to write the book.” In this interview for the Otherppl With Brad Listi podcast, Athena Dixon speaks about living and dying alone, and the origins of her new essay collection, The Loneliness Files (Tin House, 2023), which is featured in Page One in the November/December issue of Poets & Writers Magazine.

Rebekah Bergman: The Museum of Human History

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In this video, Rebekah Bergman celebrates the release of her debut novel, The Museum of Human History (Tin House, 2023), with author Rita Bullwinkel at Green Apple Books in San Francisco. Bergman is featured in “First Fiction 2023” in the July/August issue of Poets & Writers Magazine.

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Adrienne Raphel and Megan Fernandes at the American Library in Paris

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Watch Megan Fernandes, author of I Do Everything I’m Told (Tin House, 2023), and Adrienne Raphel, author of Our Dark Academia (Rescue Press, 2022), read from their work and discuss their poetry collections in this reading held at the American Library in Paris. 

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Blue Hour Presents: Charif Shanahan and Keetje Kuipers

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In this 2022 virtual reading, Charif Shanahan reads from his second poetry collection, Trace Evidence (Tin House, 2023), alongside Keetje Kuipers, author of All Its Charms (BOA Editions, 2019), for the Chicago Poetry Center’s Blue Hour reading series. Trace Evidence is featured in Page One in the March/April issue of Poets & Writers Magazine.

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The Black Writer’s Studio: Prince Shakur

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“It would be a beautiful world if young people were encouraged to chart their histories in really deep and meaningful ways.” Prince Shakur talks about his debut memoir, When They Tell You to Be Good (Tin House, 2022), and the significance of writing in this genre for the Black Writer’s Studio podcast with host Khadijah Ali-Coleman, executive director of the Hurston/Wright Foundation. Shakur is featured in “The New Nonfiction 2022” in the September/October issue of Poets & Writers Magazine.

Morgan Parker and Nicole Sealey at Scripps College

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“Scientists say the average human/ life gets three months longer every year. / By this math, death will be optional,” reads Nicole Sealey from her poem “The First Person Who Will Live to Be One Hundred and Fifty Years Old Has Already Been Born,” which appears in her collection Ordinary Beast (Ecco, 2017), in this reading with Morgan Parker, author of Magical Negro (Tin House, 2019), at Scripps College.

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Belongings

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“Recalling the terror we experienced long ago, I wonder, is that something they wanted, to be acknowledged?” Belongings is a short film about the loss of a mother and a haunted childhood home directed by Alex Coppola and written by and starring Morgan Talty, author of the debut story collection, Night of the Living Rez (Tin House, 2022). Talty is introduced by Brandon Hobson in “First Fiction 2022” in the July/August issue of Poets & Writers Magazine.

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