Monthly Archives: March 2014

Munching the Numbers: Eight Years of Goblin Fruit

I’ve said before how, when I’m feeling a bit down or listless for whatever reason, I go look at Goblin Fruit. I re-read old poems. I take in the different art styles and remind myself of the curation process for … Continue reading

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Winter 2014 Issue of Goblin Fruit is Live!

Oyez! You may be beset by the cheerless grudge of an unending winter, but LOOK! There is a new issue of Goblin Fruit here to cheer your chillest hours! Containing delightful poems by Catt Kingsgrave, Sonya Taaffe, Alexandra Seidel, Jack … Continue reading

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Siri Hustvedt’s THE BLAZING WORLD

My review of Siri Hustvedt’s The Blazing World is up at NPR Books, containing a bare fraction of all the things I want to say about it. I could’ve written an essay of the same length on the beauty and … Continue reading

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Video, Radio, Text: A Ubiquity of Links

I feel like a month’s worth of doings have been crammed into the first three days of this week. Overexposure looms! Ubiquity attends! Enough of me to foil stick-shakers! So here’s a brief summary: 1) On Monday I moderated an … Continue reading

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Three Thrilling Things to Do With Winter and One to Do With Thrills

A flurry of lovely things this morning: I opened my email to find an acceptance from Tina Connolly of flash-fiction podcast Toasted Cake for “Mon pays c’est l’hiver,” and my RSS feeds to find a wonderful review by Sofia Samatar of … Continue reading

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