JANICE LEE (she/her) is a Korean-American writer, editor, teacher, and shamanic healer. She is the author of several books, including Imagine a Death (Texas Review Press, 2021) and Separation Anxiety (CLASH Books, 2022); A roundtable, unanimous dreamers chime in, a collaborative novel co-authored with Brenda Iijima, is also forthcoming in 2022 from Meekling Press, and an essay (co-authored with Jared Woodland) is featured in the recently released 4K restoration of Sátántangó (dir. Béla Tarr) from Arbelos Films. She is Founder and Executive Editor of Entropy, Co-Publisher at Civil Coping Mechanisms, and Co-Founder of The Accomplices LLC. She currently lives in Portland, OR, where she is an Assistant Professor of Creative Writing at Portland State University.
In our morning reading: Janice Lee and Vi Khi Nao in conversation, the Ignyte Award winners, and more.
In our afternoon reading: fiction by Jai Chakrabarti, interviews with Bonnie Tsui and Janice Lee, and more.
Is it fall yet? Maybe? Does cozy reading sound appealing? Well then. This month’s new releases cover a wide range of modes and styles, from absorbing journeys into the self to sprawling novels of potential futures and hidden secrets. Perhaps something in here will be your next perfect read as the days get shorter and the temperature drops.
In our morning reading: reviews of books by Billy-Ray Belcourt and Rumaan Alam, Janice Lee and Leni Zumas in conversation, and more.
In our morning reading: thoughts on the writings of Djaimilia Pereira de Almeida, new work by Janice Lee, and more.
In our morning reading: new writing from Rion Amilcar Scott and Janice Lee, thoughts on 2020’s debuts, and more.
In our afternoon reading: thoughts on books by Benjamin Taylor and Kate Zambreno, new writing by Janice Lee, and more.