“You have to become the person who can write the book you’re working on.” —Zeyn Joukhadar, author of The Thirty Names of Night
“Write with yourself and your own healing in mind, before you think of anyone else.” —Cicely Belle Blain, author of Burning Sugar
“Kevin Killian always told me great fiction lets you know how things smell.” —Andrew Durbin, author of Skyland
Melanie Janisse-Barlow turns the tables on a long tradition of poets finding their muse in visual art through her Poets Series project, a collection of painted portraits of poets.
A new graphic novel out from Montreal comics publisher Drawn & Quarterly.
Ex-library books are catalogued in a new home.
Siglio Press celebrates ten years of publishing genre-defying books that incorporate literary and visual art.
Exploring the dark to write a better essay, including practical tips in making room for essayistic thinking.
The author of Still Life With Two Dead Peacocks and a Girl talks about her formative time at Hedgebrook, the relationship between poetry and the Internet, and more.