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Doug Paul Case
I had the pleasure of meeting the poet Richie Hofmann for the second time this February when he came to Bloomington to give a... more
i used to write on adderall like a million years ago or when drinking also but thats stopped. like once, last year, i wrote a short story while drinking, and i cant even remember where i saved it so idek if its any good, bc after a while i got distracted and started watching YouTube makeup reviews.
I write about dark things a lot but not without at least some hope…or hope for hope.
I wrote for twenty years without anyone paying me or offering me confirmation or telling me that what I wrote would be welcomed by the world. Quite the contrary.
A Flash Book Review of ‘50 Barn Poems’ and Brief Interview with Zac Smith
I think they mean they just don't like a woman going around going "cunt cunt cunt."
...a person is like an ocean, or a country, or a forest...
Doug Paul Case
The 550-page the Internet is for real by poet, activist, educator, and underwear model Chris Campanioni struck me earlier... more
Doug Paul Case
I'm four months late posting this interview, and that's on me, but it's a testament to Sam Ross's debut collection, Company, that... more
‘Getting Cancelled Means You Are Permanently Working Class’: Elizabeth Ellen Interviews Brian Allen Carr
When I was younger, if you had a hard time following rules, you became an artist.
Now, if you have a hard time following rules, you become an entrepreneur.
People in the literary world follow rules the most.
From a Wisconsin "Dogman," to a 400-pound giant turtle, to Martians that serve pancakes, B.J.... more
"Honestly, I don't care if language overtakes story."
Maybe ‘white trash American girl’ is a compliment over there?
If you were to sit down and watch an American beer commercial and then a Canadian one, they wouldn't be that different. Replace the eagle with a beaver.
Trent, and NIN, are way cooler and better. Also Trent is fucking hot.
The great thing about Betty and Rosalynn Carter working together was showing the world how to find common ground even when coming from different political stances. We could use a lot more of that right now.
Eva Hagberg Fisher's forthcoming book (out next week) How To Be Loved figuratively fell in my lap. I was at coffee with a friend, saying I needed a new book to read, but I needed that book to be about recovery because I just needed to be heard and understood, and lo and behold, my inbox pinged.
“Simply one of the best writers alive in the world today.”
– Scott McClanahan, author of The Sarah Book, Crapalachia, and HIll William
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Legs Get Led Astray
“Legs Get Led Astray is a scorching hot glitter box full of youthful despair and dark delight. Tender and sharp, wide-eyed and searching, these essays have a reckless beauty that feels to me like magic.”
—Cheryl Strayed, author of WILD
currently ON SALE for $11.95!