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What It Would Be Like to Fall: A Conversation with Brian Evenson
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What It Would Be Like to Fall: A Conversation with Brian Evenson

Brian Evenson is the author of a dozen books of fiction, including the forthcoming story collection A Collapse of Horses (Coffee House Press, 2016). Coffee House Press will also be reissuing his American Library Association’s award-winning novel, Last Days, as well as two more novels: The Open Curtain and Father of Lies. He has translated … Continue reading

My Own Sad Little Kind of Prayer: An Interview with Gregory Lawless
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My Own Sad Little Kind of Prayer: An Interview with Gregory Lawless

The poems of Gregory Lawless’s Far Away (Red Mountain Press, 2015/Red Mountain Poetry Prize) all deal with various figurations of distance—distance as a bringer of insight, as a form of estrangement, and as a synonym of loss and uncertainty. As these poems rove over the ruined fields of northeastern Pennsylvania, we encounter a speaker who … Continue reading