"Everyone who is alive has a ghost inside them, don't they?" –Kelly Link's New Boyfriend; Jamel Brinkley's Lucky Man; fiction from Kathmandu by Prawin Adhikari; John Haskell remembers George Trow; Julia Cooke participates in the Parable Conference; new fiction by Garth Greenwell and Anna Noyes; poems by Maria d'Arezzo, Caroline Knox, Kevin Prufer, and others; and introducing Andrea Maturana.
Brooklyn, NY | June 8
APS Emerging Writer Fellow Jai Chakrabarti will read alongside APS contributors Mary-Beth Hughes and Adam Fitzgerald at June's installment of the Franklin Park Reading Series. The evening will also feature readings by Marlon James, Angel Nafis, and Shya Scanlon.
Strangers | APS 20
"When she left he watched her walking in the thick air, her white blouse lit by the moon, like she was a spectral thing moving away from him. But what good is there in keeping the things you don’t want, simply because they are something?"
Brooklyn, NY | June 11 - 25
Join The Brooklyn Institute for Social Research for Fanon: Anticolonialism and Revolution, a three-week course led by Anjuli Raza Kalb. The course will serve as an intensive introduction to Fanon’s philosophical and political writings, and will take place in the offices of APS.