The Tangible and Strange: an Interview with Gina Keicher
Interview by Emily Coon Consider the strangeness and dysphoria of modern existence in America. Poet Gina Keicher does in Wilderness Champion, which roams highways, explores curiosity cabinets, guards lawn volcanoes, and dances in a gun store after the apocalypse.
The Lightning Room with Elizabeth Evitts Dickinson
–Interview by Diana Clarke August author (and august author) Elizabeth Evitts Dickinson talks about pregnancy , palimpsests, and her story, “A Modern Girl’s Guide to Childbirth.
[REVIEW] How to Catch a Coyote, by Christy Crutchfield
Publishing Genius Press 208 pages, $14.95 Review by Michelle Dove The multi-perspective novel isn’t new. Think Middlemarch and To the Lighthouse, for starters.