Flooding devastated parts of Vermont in July, including literary organizations and businesses that are now relying on community support as they rebuild and confront more frequent extreme weather events brought on by climate change.
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From her home in Santa Fe, the celebrated author of the new essay collection Thin Skin discusses queer identity, what it takes to write against capitalism and climate crisis, and the arts of rest and beekeeping.
The author of The White Mosque troubles the boundary between realist and genre fiction.
“Get out of the way of the writing. Don’t make it precious. Sit down and get to it.” —Roger Reeves, author of Best Barbarian
“It’d be easier for me to stop talking than to stop writing.” —Tochi Onyebuchi, author of Goliath
“I write poetry when I’m in transit or transition.” —Angela Hume, author of Interventions for Women
“The moment you walk away from the conversation with a poem, you lose it, and it will never return.” —CAConrad, author of AMANDA PARADISE
“There are so many journeys I’d like to take” —Kelli Russell Agodon, author of Dialogues with Rising Tides
Writers Rebel NYC, a coalition of writers who are part of the activist group Extinction Rebellion, seeks to encourage conversation and action around climate change through literature.