Dana Spiotta on Wayward with George Saunders
It’s 2016, and Samantha Raymond, at fifty-two, contends with motherhood, middle age, and a now unraveling nation entering the age of Trump
Kristen Radtke on Seek You with Leslie Jamison
With many the world over stuck at home, the pandemic exposed a quieter epidemic that had already been ripping through America—the epidemic of loneliness
Truman & Tennessee: Live Virtual Q&A with Lisa Immordino Vreeland, Jim Parsons, and Zachary Quinto
Truman Capote and Tennessee Williams—writers, celebrities, geniuses—catapulted to fame in the 1950s, sparking a friendship and rivalry spanning...
The CLMP Firecracker Awards
The CLMP Firecracker Awards for Independently Published Literature are given annually to celebrate books and magazines that make...
On Revision: Kiese Laymon and Peter Ho Davies
In a convocation address at Lawrence University, Kiese Laymon (Heavy: An American Memoir, How to Slowly Kill Yourself...
What Are the Strategies of 'Deviant' or Queer Translation?
Poet and translator Rajiv Mohabir posed questions that think on translation as a trialogue. What happens when the translation...
Black Universe: Samuel Delany’s Early Sci-Fi
Critics Jayna Brown (Black Utopias) and Tavia Nyong’o (Afro-Fabulations) joined author and...
Lionel Shriver on Should We Stay or Should We Go with Meghan Daum
Lionel Shriver, author of We Need to Talk About Kevin, returns with a highly compelling and dramatic novel about a couple’s...
On America: Women, Medicine, and Writing
Suzanne Koven, a primary care physician at Massachusetts General Hospital, and Anita Diamant, an author and...
Rivka Galchen on Everyone Knows Your Mother Is a Witch with Christine Smallwood
Rivka Galchen explores the awesome absurdity of our society in her newest novel Everyone Knows Your Mother Is a Witch