“I Go Word By Word, Sentence By Sentence”: Nat Baldwin on Creating “The Red Barn”

Nat Baldwin is a busy guy. Earlier this year, his first book was released:┬áThe Red Barn, a short collection of unsettling short stories, was published by Calamari Archive. It abounds with sinister locations, evocations of work to ominous ends, and a fantastic and disconcerting sense of place. (He’s used the phrase “ambient horror” to describe the style of the book, which seems spot-on.) He’s also a talented musician and songwriter, with a number of albums on Western Vinyl, as well […]

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Vol.1 Brooklyn’s March 2017 Book Preview

March looks like a particularly promising month for new books. There are exciting literary debuts, the latest books from a host of writers we admire tremendously, incisive and format-defying works of prose, and a lot more. These are books that will leave you floored, will leave you impressed with what prose can do, that will take you to new places or shine a new light on places you thought you knew. Here’s a look at some of the titles that […]

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