In our afternoon reading: revisiting a resonant horror novel, Isaac Fitzgerald and Jason Diamond on NYC, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Karin Tidbeck’s Bibliography, Suzan Palumbo on Writing, Sadie Dupuis Talks Poetry, and More
In our afternoon reading: notes on Karin Tidbeck’s books, an interview with Sadie Dupuis, and more.
In our morning reading: thoughts on Sadie Dupuis’s poetry, an interview with S.A. Cosby, and more.
In our afternoon reading: an interview with Sadie Dupuis, new writing by John Domini, and more.
We’ll be off for the holiday tomorrow. Sunday Stories will resume next Sunday.
In our morning reading: interviews with Louise Erdrich and Teddy Wayne, a new selection of writing edited by William Boyle, and more.
We are tremendous admirers of Sadie Dupuis’s music, both in Speedy Ortiz and Sad13. But that’s far from her only creative endeavor: in an interview with The Creative Independent, she discussed the event that sparked her interest in poetry. “I took a short course on letters with William Corbett,” she explained. “He’d edited James Schuyler’s letters, and I guess it was because of studying with him that I decided to take poetry classes. I got really interested and wound up […]
In our morning reading: new writing by Lidia Yuknavitch and Precious Okoyomon, interviews with Sadie Dupuis and Jeremy Robert Johnson, and more.
Michael DeForge’s comics veer dramatically from book to book, from absurdist slices of life to tales of uncanny transcendence. His latest, Sticks Angelica, Folk Hero, follows the adventures of the title character as she eschews human society for a surreal life in the forest; strange hijinks do, in fact, ensue. In advance of his upcoming New York appearance–March 29th at Rough Trade–I spoke with DeForge about Sticks Angelica, his tour with Sadie Dupuis, and more.