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ISSUE

24

Spring 2016

The Other Interest: Etel Adnan on weaving; poetry by Giorgio de Chirico; David Lynch paints; a memoir by Gordon Parks; Sally Potter's work diary; Dorothea Tanning's fiction; New work from Martha Cooley, Dan Chelotti, Graham Foust, Katy Lederer, Fadwa Suleiman and others; and introducing Jai Chakrabarti, Cornelius FitzPatrick, Arinze Ifeakandu, Mahreen Sohail, and April Wolfe.

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Event

Dorthe Nors

Friday, June 24 | Los Angeles, CA

Join Dorthe Nors at Skylight Books as she reads from her latest book, So Much for That Winter, our most recent collaboration with Graywolf Press. A conversation with Jarett Kobek, Turkish-American author of I Hate the Internet, will follow.

Blog

On “Yes”

Sasha Saben Callaghan | APS Classics

"Gaffney doesn’t flinch at death, either human or animal, but it’s deftly handled with humor and little sentimentality." Emerging Writer Fellow Sasha Saben Callaghan introduces “Yes” by Elizabeth Gaffney.

Public Access

Garth Greenwell

Mentor | APS 22

"But then he did appear, standing beside me suddenly, and my dread dissolved at the sight of him." From the archives, a coming out story by Garth Greenwell, author of What Belongs to You (FSG, 2016).


Who Does She Think She Is?
Rosalyn Drexler Who Does She Think She Is?
The Way to the Spring
Ben Ehrenreich The Way to the Spring
Lions
Bonnie Nadzam Lions

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