Vol. XXI, #1 David Antin

  Stephen Cope “Introducing David Antin” Charles Bernstein “An Interview with David Antin” David Antin “california—the nervous camel” Lou Rowan “The Intercourse of Life: Experiencing ‘the price’ and ‘the structuralist’” Christian Moraru “The Theater of Genre: David Antin, Narrativity, and Read on! →

Vol. XI, #2 Donald Barthelme / Toby Olson

Lance Olsen, “Slumgullions, or Some Notes toward Trying to Introduce Donald Barthelme” Robert Coover, John Barth, Curtis White, Alan Wilde, Stephen Dixon, Janice Eidus, Jonathan Baumbach, Mas’ud Zavarzadeh, Thomas E. Kennedy, Nicholas Delbanco, Russell Banks, Frederick Busch, Clarence Major, Raymond Read on! →



“If someone came up and started talking

a poem at you how would you know it

was a poem?” So begins David Antin’s Talking, a collection of writings that defy classification. Combining a passion for storytelling and improvisation with a unique… Read on! →

Interview with Ariel Dorfman

Context N°15 by Sophia A. McClennen Ariel Dorfman is a Chilean novelist, playwright, poet, essayist, journalist, and human-rights activist. Dorfman was born in Argentina in 1942 to Jewish immigrants. His family was forced to move to the United States in Read on! →

Interview with Mark Binelli

Context N°18 by Theodore McDermott A first-generation American, Mark Binelli grew up just outside of Detroit, where he worked in his father’s knife-sharpening shop. He graduated from the University of Michigan and received an MFA from Columbia University. Currently, he Read on! →

Interview with Arkadii Dragomoschenko

Context N°20 by Shushan Avagyan Shushan Avagyan: Dust is a collection of essays, quite different from your previous works. How would you describe it? Arkadii Dragomoschenko: To a certain degree, yes, it is kind of different from my former writings, Read on! →

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