“It’s like,” now palms facing in prayer and moving forward and backward, “if you are the true center of a sad onion, how can you not cry?”Read more "Today’s Workshop Leader | True | 15 February 2017"
a moment a minute I feign an excuse, my tongue all a-tumble, unthreaded as Theseus now tired of treading a labyrinth life that reduced me to eyes seeing only the clewRead more "Theseus in Belleville | 200 ccs | 8 November 2016"
This was a night when it seemed readers came from “all over the map” to be together in Manhattan.Read more "NYC Readings 21-22 October 2016"
He moved from Shearson to Goldman to Bear Sterns in five handshakes.Read more "2 April 2016 | Chad Works at the IMF Now | Pidgeonholes"
My phone was pinging and whistling and popping with analyst notifications and team updates all morning, but then I remembered that waltz.Read more "New Fiction: Hamartia Lippincott | Pure Slush"
Nominee: Best of the Net | Originally published by The Airgonaut | Reprinted by Revolution John | They dressed to the nines; they put lawn chairs in the van, they filled the van with friends and a cardboard box with Colt-40s and Champale. They tried to sit still, but cheap champagne that was so quiet in the bottle was getting loud and wild. Their team was dynamic.Read more "How to meet Marc Chagall | The Airgonaut"
Originally posted by Tahoma Literary Review | Kerr said of her new writing community, “What I appreciate most is the knowledge. This is not Writing 101; it’s a well-read, highly educated group of passionate writers.”Read more "Non-Fiction | Forming a writing squad: How can DIY & low-residency MFAs build writing communities?"
Originally published by American Society of Newspaper Editors via Kent State University | “Maybe I read once that he had a space in downtown New York, but he wasn’t a promoter. And then you have Giancarlo, who is a giant in the stone carving industry, but he is also a businessman.”
– Cameron Gray, an LA artist on the brink of over saturationRead more "Non-Fiction: Hidden Design: Considering Sculpture by Smithson and Calicchia"