Monday, February 25, 2013
"Not many authors can shift from satire to sentiment so easily, but Mohr is a clever enough writer that he manages to pull this off...As the plot in Fight Song becomes increasingly surreal, it gets funnier, and the emotional veins it taps into grow more real and textured. The novel becomes a kind of parable, a story of man searching for redemption." —LA Times
Joshua Mohr is the author of the novels Termite Parade (a New York Times Book Review Editor’s Choice selection), Some Things that Meant the World to Me (one of O Magazine's Top 10 reads of 2009 and a San Francisco Chronicle bestseller), and Damascus, published in the fall of 2011 to much critical acclaim. Mohr teaches in the MFA program at the University of San Francisco.
Fight Song is now available at Powell's Books.
Monday, February 11, 2013
It was such a pleasure to interview Gabriel Blackwell. He is the author of Shadow Man: A Biography of Lewis Miles Archer (Civil Coping Mechanisms, 2012), Critique of Pure Reason (Noemi, 2013), and Neverland, a chapbook with video/audio/illustrations. He is also the reviews editor of The Collagist and a contributor to Big Other.
Time And Language: An Interview With Gabriel Blackwell can be found at Carbon-Based Lifeform Blues.
For more about Gabriel Blackwell, please visit his website here.
Wednesday, February 6, 2013
Alongside the works of:
Rachel B. Glaser,
J. A. Tyler, Rachel Yoder,
Kathleen Rooney and Elisa Gabbert,
A. D. Jameson,
René Georg Vasicek,
"Mud" and "Gone Went The Rabbit" can be found in Uncanny Valley Magazine 0002.
Uncanny Valley 0002 is now available for preorder (includes a free copy of issue 0001).