One of my favorite people in NYC, Tobias Carroll of Vol. 1 Brooklyn, interviewed me about my book, Raymond Carver (surprise surprise), and how politics will start affecting my writing. You can read the interview here.
In which I infiltrate a cool kid's magazine normally reserved for musicians and talk about dirty realism, regionalism, and being a feminist writer who writes from the male perspective. Also I ramble for a while about Raymond Carver, natch.
I've said it once and I'll say it again: I love working in the publishing industry because it connects me to so many amazing publishing professionals and authors. One such place I greatly adore is Seal Press, a feminist publisher in California. After my profile of Erika Lust appeared on Bustle, I had the opportunity… Continue reading New Article up at DAME Magazine
Last fall, I wrote about my love for the recently released young adult novel Althea & Oliver. I was very lucky to parlay my love for that story into interviewing its author, Cristina Moracho, for the wonderful literary website and non-profit Late Night Library. Head over here to check it out. She has a lot of… Continue reading A Conversation With Cristina Moracho
One of the great things about living in the city is the network of writers and literary folks I've had the privilege of meeting. In a case of I know someone who knows someone, I was led to the brilliant, unpredictable, and fascinating poet Eileen Myles. I had the honor of interviewing her for my… Continue reading The Poet-Rebel