“I wanted to build a voice that was beholden to French literature, and particularly to its avant-garde wing, which had such a huge impact on my writing from the outset, but was kind of polluted with my own voice, which is very American, I think, and specifically Los Angeles-centric in its flatness and in its attempt to induce some kind of poetic trance within its limitations.” At Huffington Post, Brian Joseph Davis chats with Dennis Cooper.
- “[P]ointlessly smart, Waugh-ly arch, articulate and funny and mean and instantly compelling.” Anna Perleberg on Sara Levine’s novel Treasure Island!!!
- Dagmara Dominczyk’s forthcoming novel The Lullaby of Polish Girls sounds mightily interesting to us.
- At Plume: new work from Laird Hunt, whose novel The Impossibly is getting the reissue treatment in February.