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@ archives book club bookstore podcasts contributors clint margrave: the tnb self-interview by clint margrave july 21, 2017 poetry self-interviews haven’t we done this before? we have. i think back in 2011. actually, i know it to be so because i googled it. tweet (0) comments --> read more sing at unnatural hours in the presence of artificial light by clint margrave july 21, 2017 poem there are times i have to remind myself that a bridge is a way to travel over water not a diving board for suicides. that airports aren’t just places for departures, but places for arrivals, and hospitals aren’t only where we go to die, but where we’re born. i’d like to think not a single bomb was dropped on anyone today, not a single person was diagnosed with cancer. tweet (1) comment --> read more episode 474 — siel ju by tnb editors july 19, 2017 podcasts now playing on the otherppl with brad listi podcast, a conversation with siel ju. her new novel-in-stories, cake time, is available from red hen press. get the free otherppl app. listen via itunes. support the show at patreon or via paypal. tweet (0) comments --> read more the devil you don’t know: a review of lawrence osborne’s beautiful animals by j.p. smith july 17, 2017 fiction reviews lawrence osborne’s characters tend to stumble into things: whether as a result of an accident, as in the forgiven, or by winning big at the roulette table, as in hunters in the dark: as if they had stepped into the intersection of opportunity and desire, and what they heretofore envisaged only nebulously, something that couldn’t be put into words, now possessed a vocabulary and the will to act upon it. beautiful animals" data-via="tnbtweets">tweet (0) comments --> read more episode 473 — scott mcclanahan by tnb editors july 14, 2017 podcasts now playing on the otherppl with brad listi podcast, a conversation with scott mcclanahan. his new novel the sarah book is now available from tyrant books. it is the official july pick of the nervous breakdown book club. this is scott’s second appearance on the program. he was the guest in episode 87 on july 15, 2012. get the free otherppl app. listen via itunes. support the show at patreon or via paypal. get brad listi’s sporadic email newsletter. tweet (0) comments --> read more tnb original fiction: “bonita” by linnie greene by tnb fiction july 11, 2017 original fiction he started his morning shift with six different sara(h)s, an auspicious sign for a wednesday. they booked the shuttle on the app and he watched, incredulously, as they piled in one at a time, a grand cosmic joke about the homogeneity of white women in san francisco. their hair ranged in hue from seal brown to chemical blonde, and their clothes were of the same expensive ilk—drapey linen, dark, tapered denim with tailored plaid button-ups, chunky patent leather shoes that might’ve cost more than his monthly rent. their faces? identically lacquered: sooty powder around the eyes, lined with a dark streak of black, hair artfully tousled, and skin so glazed and even it looked like an artisan plate. tweet (0) comments --> read more tnb book review: the sarah book, by scott mcclanahan by kurt baumeister july 03, 2017 fiction reviews “country roads, take me home to the place i belong west virginia, mountain momma take me home, country roads” -john denver, “take me home, country roads” if i were partial to the denver school of criticism, i might spend hours coming up with pithy sobriquets for scott mcclanahan. i’d call him the chaucer of coal country, mountain bukowski, or some other such shite. i’d focus on the stereotyped version of west virginia many of us carry in our heads, turn mcclanahan’s story into a combo of the outsiders sacking the sam’s club snack aisle and life in the u.s.s.r. circa 1983, a place that really wasn’t that bad compared to the coal-dusted, oxy-encrusted, trumpist mayhem of today’s west virginia. the sarah book, by scott mcclanahan" data-via="tnbtweets">tweet (0) comments --> read more tnb book review: joseph, by dena rash guzman by kurt baumeister june 30, 2017 poetry reviews “i dug the hole already, joseph” my beauty a shovel. a spoon of aconite and arsenic. in your mouth refusing food. to beg instead a stylish garter drama. prussic acid gimlet. open veins bleed hell. i’ll ring your bell, son. i will ring your bell. –dena rash guzman, joseph the word “revelation” is a popular superlative in literary circles, popular to the point of overuse. it’s not the only one, of course. there’s an element of hyperbole to criticism, one born of multiple impulses: some noble; some less so. does the critic desire so passionately to illuminate the art before him that he fails it and his audience, falls back on hyperbole because it conveys at least part of what he means to say? or does he do it for himself, try to prove his own intellect by overstating the success (or failure) of another person’s art? joseph, by dena rash guzman" data-via="tnbtweets">tweet (0) comments --> read more charlene ball: the tnb self-interview by tnb fiction june 28, 2017 fiction self-interviews did you write your novel about emilia bassano lanyer because you disagreed with a professor? well, i heard a talk about emilia by a.l. rowse, a british historian who gave a lecture at uga when i was in graduate school. rowse was convinced that she was the “dark lady” of shakespeare’s sonnets. it thrilled me to think that not only may she have been shakespeare’s girlfriend, but was a poet herself—and an early feminist! writing about her brought together two strands of my life that had been separate: my love of the renaissance and shakespeare and my feminism. but rowse had a low opinion of her character, based (i thought) on his misogynistic attitude. i wanted to question that attitude, so i decided to write about emilia from her own point of view, as a woman struggling to survive in a time when her life would have been severely restricted and constrained by laws and anti-woman beliefs, yet also a time of excitement and possibility. tweet (0) comments --> read more excerpt of dark lady: a novel of emilia bassano lanyer, by charlene ball by tnb fiction june 28, 2017 novel october 1576 “no! i won’t go!” emilia shouted, kicking at the rushes on the floor. “stop that and come here, emilia!” her mother held out her arms. emilia stomped around the room, shouting, “no, no!” stomp, stomp. “no, no, no, no, no!” “stop!” implored her mother. the little girl stood teetering as her mother began to cough. she stood on one foot, then slowly lowered the other to the floor. “stop coughing, mama!” her mother pressed her handkerchief to her mouth, swallow- ing hard, then sprang up and grabbed her daughter by the shoulders. “you are going to the countess of kent, and that’s all there is to it!” emilia went limp and began to wail as her mother held her tight. dark lady: a novel of emilia bassano lanyer, by charlene ball" data-via="tnbtweets">tweet (0) comments --> read more episode 472 — julia fierro by tnb editors june 28, 2017 podcasts now playing on the otherppl with brad listi podcast, a conversation with julia fierro. her new novel, the gypsy moth summer, is available now from st. martin’s press. this is julia’s second time on the program. she first appeared in episode 292 on july 6, 2014. get the free otherppl app. listen via itunes. support the show at patreon or via paypal. tweet (0) comments --> read more judy kronenfeld: the tnb self-interview by judy kronenfeld june 27, 2017 poetry self-interviews why do you sometimes introduce yourself as an elegaic poet? all poetry is about loss—of people, places, moments—and therefore about time, isn’t it? and that means it’s also about those little moments of joy, when the direction of loss is reversed. as for example, in my poem, “thaw” in shimmer, when “the fog / in my mouth melted / like spun sugar” and i recollected the name —“even more beautiful / than the tree”—“liquidambar,” which i had been completely unable to summon. memory is so often my subject. i love the proustian moment—some triggering thing—and an entire past world blossoms open. my memories of the past sometimes seem like paintings i can re-examine, in which i can discover new things. i have an updike-ian feeling for the way the music, books, and fashions of our prime moment in time flow swiftly into the past, taking our very sense of self with them. tweet (1) comment --> read more my long-left birth city by judy kronenfeld june 27, 2017 poem gleams in a movie, its lights gems on the plush display cloth of night, its bridges bracelets. yet the shabbiness of a glimpsed street corner is what gets through, and mine reaches out from memory to me— a speaker of its native language— with this begrimed cornice, this lintel, this rain- and sun-mottled awning over the drugstore window, this black ash on the sill. tweet (0) comments --> read more danse macabre: amelia gray’s isadora, reviewed by matt e. lewis by tnb fiction june 23, 2017 fiction reviews it’s hard to imagine anything more terrifying than writing historical fiction. the opportunity to get it wrong, whether the feeling of a place or a time or a person, seems like an insurmountable barrier, before the writing even begins. creating historical fiction becomes more than simply writing, it becomes research: the reading of books and interviews, listening of transcripts, visiting the locations, trying as best you can to express even a micron of the magic in someone’s life in clumsy, fallible words. not to mention the issue of the author’s own voice – have they been able to present an accurate depiction of the subject’s life, beyond their own stylistic prejudices? or worse, has the author merely recited events without the kind of flavor or fervor necessary to engaging reading? it is truly a ‘damned if you do, damned if you don’t’ situation, where the very best examples somehow manage to walk the edge of the knife, a strange feat of authorial alchemy that features all these seemingly-contradictory things in perfect balance. to achieve this remarkable result, it helps if the author and the subject share a kind of kinship, where personalities meet across backgrounds, discipline, and centuries to create something simultaneously unique and seamless. isadora, reviewed by matt e. lewis" data-via="tnbtweets">tweet (0) comments --> read more review of the goat fish and the lover’s knot, by jack driscoll by sharon harrigan june 21, 2017 fiction reviews jack driscoll is one of the most respected short story writers working today. he is not the most famous, but he is widely admired, especially among writers, as a craftsman whose work serves as a model for other writers to follow. the appeal is clear—his enormous compassion for his flawed characters; his gift for shining the spotlight on the kind of people and places that are so often overlooked both in literature and life; and his distinctive voice, which nimbly tightropes between high and low, vernacular and lyrical,  comic and wise. his characters say things like “christ on a bike” and “piss in one hand and wish in another and see which one fills first.” but their insights and vocabulary can also fly to great heights. “the idea of a million pilgrims desperate to put a knee down in this nothing town suddenly adjacent to god and heaven confounds even the dreamer in me,” says one of the book’s precociously eloquent adolescents. the goat fish and the lover’s knot, by jack driscoll" data-via="tnbtweets">tweet (0) comments --> read more « previously on tnb --> must read » 'room 32,' by d.r. haney » 'this is happiness,' by gina frangello » 'warhol's last starlet: notes on the unlived life,' by sandie friedman » 'exquisite creatures: ability, goodness, and the x-men,' by emily rapp » 'love in frequencies,' by mag gabbert » 'the dirty shot,' by elizabeth stoker » 'moby-cock; or, the term paper,' by daniel nester » 'getting sober with marijuana,' by june henry » 'pretty,' by wendy c. ortiz » 'playing the odds,' by amy monticello » 'what the hunger games gave me,' by laura bogart » 'william s. burroughs: scientologist,' by david s. wills » 'my first,' by liz rosenberg » 'so happy together,' by jennifer niesslein » 'about a bout,' by j.j. keith » 'primitive men,' by michael earl craig » 'wayne koestenbaum: the tnb self-interview,' by wayne koestenbaum » 'on the women of freedom and the marriage plot,' by sabina murray » 'whale love,' by bobbie ann mason & meg pokrass » 'adulthood,' by summer block --> --> --> --> --> --> fiction nonfiction poetry book reviews arts & culture news & politics terms and conditions | privacy policy | contact | submissions © the nervous breakdown all rights reserved


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