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Pax Americana Reviewed at The Brooklyn Rail

Kurt Baumeister’s Pax Americana

by Gabino Iglesias

The current political panorama will undoubtedly produce some outstanding critical fiction. Thankfully, we don’t have to wait long because some of it is already here. 837 more words

Kurt Baumeister

THE BROOKLYN RAIL Reviews Margo Berdeshevsky's BEFORE THE DROUGHT

Check out Kelly Cherry’s review of Margo Berdeshevsky’s Before the Drought. An excerpt:

“[W]hat we get is brilliance, the voice dominant, the intelligence demanding, and, in this book by this writer, a whole-hearted recognition of the body, particularly the female body, in all its phases.”

Read the rest HERE.

THE BROOKLYN RAIL Interviews Pamela Ryder About PARADISE FIELD

Check out Peter Markus’s interview with Pamela Ryder at The Brooklyn Rail!

An excerpt:

So to begin with, “What keeps me writing?” It’s the singleness of it—the separateness of writing—that is a reflection of how I see myself in the world: somehow not fitting in very well, and now, finally, getting older, not wishing it were any other way. 101 more words

Damp & splotchy

The splotchy thing above is a detail from a finger-painting my son did. He has no idea he created it. He just made it and brought it home from school before disappearing beneath a pile of Legos. 327 more words

Parity, Politics, and Survival: WiTFESTNYC 2017

This June, the Women in Theatre Festival (with its creatively capitalized WiTFESTNYC tag) will unfurl its second year of programming, helmed by Project Y Theatre Company artistic director Michole Biancosino. 1,564 more words

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