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@ archives book club bookstore podcasts contributors mouths of red by paige simkins may 23, 2017 poem among this celestial navigation, under horse and crowns lies these unrelenting light patterns, my spiritual eyes are weakened, my spiritual eyes are awakened, massive tangled hair in my eyes, i am the flowers of the dead earth, in a blanket of darkness, in a blanket of blackness. tweet (0) comments --> read more how to be funnier than the funniest man in the room by kirsten clodfelter may 09, 2017 essay a man you don’t know makes a joke online of which you are the brunt, you know the one—woman, kitchen, sandwich—that old droopy-eyed dog of a joke still rattling around under the stoop, its bark long faded to a hoarse cough. it’s ironic, someone comments, because he’s sooo progressive, a real champion for women, haha! and you wonder what it means when the champions use the same language as the oppressors, their lines interchangeable except that one of them, at the end, elbows you hard in the ribs and says, just kidding. tells you, lighten up, take a joke, like they’re doing you a favor. and aren’t they? could be worse—at least they don’t mean it, right? at least someone’s having fun? *** not long after college, you meet your friend tony* at the bar one evening for happy hour and find him waiting with your favorite drink—gin and ginger, tall, extra ice. he’s the kind of guy who will do that, who knows your drink and buys the first round while you’re stuck in traffic on your way over from work, the kind of guy who does it without expectation—no unanswered debt filling the space between you, crowding one of you out. but tonight he has an eye on the girl you’re with, the way she’s braided her hair and pinned it across the top of her head like a crown and has borrowed your turquoise earrings and listens with her whole body when someone else is speaking. tony buys the second round too, because, you know, he’s nice like that, and then he stands close enough that his whisper in your ear trails a shiver across your neck, an arrow drawn back in the bowstring, unquivering: she’s deliciously rape-able in those jeans, yeah? and when you don’t respond because you’ve forgotten how to direct words out of your mouth he holds up his hands as if to fend off what he knows is coming, his smile unassuming, even genuine when he tells you, i kid, i kid. his betrayal is such a surprise that you know if you allow yourself a moment to linger beneath its weight it could snap each one of your ribs in half. instead, you let your drink sit untouched on the table, the ice melting in your glass like a slow goodbye, and then politely refuse—and refuse again—when tony offers to walk the two of you home. you sure? he asks, it can be scary out there, as if for even a moment you could have forgotten. tweet (2) comments --> read more it is not that i don’t love you, it’s just that by danielle adamowitz may 08, 2017 poem all the best moments of my life have happened underwater, and you are afraid to swim. did you know that the last fatal shark attack in new jersey was in 1926, when your mother’s mother was a glint in her mother’s eye? you do not need to be so afraid. tweet (0) comments --> read more brian smith: the tnb self-interview by tnb fiction may 03, 2017 fiction self-interviews i imagine you are very used to seeing your words in print after nearly two decades as a journalist and columnist. in fact, i saw you contributed music essays to two books published earlier this year. but does it feel different to have your very own work of fiction published? how? it’s terrifying. i’ve written things in the past that had real consequences. twice i had my life threatened from stories i wrote. one time in detroit i was punched so hard in the face my eye was swollen shut for days. the guy hated what i wrote, but i’m pretty sure i was just telling the truth. with fiction, it’s a different truth, a bigger one (we hope) in that the stories can ultimately define whatever moment we’re suffering through, or bouncing through with joy in our steps. that’s what my favorite writers, like dorothy allison, bonnie jo campbell, willy vlautin, denis johnson, jim harrison, harry crews, and charles bukowski always did or do, somehow. i hope i can do a little of that for someone, somewhere. it’s about self-definition, and empathy for the world around us. i’m always terrified i fail at that. so that’s what’s scary. tweet (1) comment --> read more excerpt of spent saints, by brian smith by tnb fiction may 03, 2017 short story eye for sin i climbed into the passenger seat and tinkles lifted the pint of southern comfort from between his legs and offered me a shot. took a good chug, handed it back and twisted an air conditioning vent in my direction. pretty much all we needed to say to each other. tinkles wheeled the old corolla back out onto my street, and turned west on van buren. we took it easy through downtown, headed north on seventh ave. and rolled toward sunnyslope, a dark burb that rises up a sun-crested hill. there were few cars out and butter-colored streetlights fanned across the windshield. tinkles flipped the car stereo on to cher’s “believe,” and turned it up. i reached out and turned it down. blown distorted speaker, horrible song. ears didn’t want it. spent saints, by brian smith" data-via="tnbtweets">tweet (0) comments --> read more excerpt of narrow river, wide sky: a memoir, by jenny forrester by tnb nonfiction may 02, 2017 memoir the minnesota relatives visited. our grandfather had visited us. he walked among the thistles and goats and chickens while we showed him where the events of our lives happened – the place where i fell off the horse, the place where brian found a big frog. the goats sniffed his shiny shoes. uncle john lived in a cottage behind the house for several months after he returned from vietnam. he needed some time alone, mom said. he’d gone to “dog lab,” become a medic, and served two tours. he left again to minnesota, married aunt barb and adopted the little boy she’d had from her first marriage, and they visited the farm. i remembered he said he wanted to spank his little boy one hundred times. after he spanked the child and joined us outside by the livestock gate, he said he’d counted pretty high, but didn’t get to a hundred. we’d heard a cry per strike. mom told me not to speak about it as i stood beside her counting heart beats, blocking out the crying. i don’t know how many smacks i heard. narrow river, wide sky: a memoir, by jenny forrester" data-via="tnbtweets">tweet (0) comments --> read more the nervous breakdown’s review microbrew, volume 7 by kurt baumeister may 01, 2017 fiction reviews the yellow house by chiwan choi one part poetry, one part meditation on memory, chiwan choi’s third collection, the yellow house, is a collage of captured instances, a tale of remembrances fragmented by time. a haunting, semi-hallucinatory trip through the immigrant’s perpetual no-man’s land—that zone between old home and new where people and places, love and death, happiness and sadness mingle—the yellow house is about the struggle to belong, to reconcile the land of the past with that of the present. seeing that reconciliation as a fundamentally impossible endeavor, the poet’s thoughts turn to forgetting one set of memories or the other, ultimately failing in this as anyone must. born as it is of a multitude of recollections, the yellow house is not so cerebral as to be inaccessible. far from it. this collection feels immediate, reads very much as the story of choi’s life, often flirting with the mode of lyric memoir. there’s an acceptance of paradoxes here, the sort of contradictions that define everyone’s relationships with their parents. at once somehow god-like, everything to us, all parents ultimately fail us both while they are alive and in the fact that they do not live forever, leaving us assured only of our own mortality. choi’s parents figure prominently in these poems, many of the pieces referencing his father, more still his mother. his family having emigrated from korea when he was very small, choi seems constantly at cross purposes with himself, struggling to feel at home in the new land and the forgotten one, never completely achieving the sort of idyllic existence he longs for in either. there’s a glorification of both old and new homes here, and, thus, a devaluation of them as well. in this, choi captures and rarefies the immigrant’s experience—the lure of the perfect future that never comes to pass, the love for a past made grander by the fact that it never was. tweet (0) comments --> read more excerpt of the essex serpent, by sarah perry by tnb fiction may 01, 2017 novel *official may selection of the tnb book club. new year’s eve a young man walks down by the banks of the blackwater under the full cold moon. he’s been drinking the old year down to the dregs, until his eyes grew sore and his stomach turned, and he was tired of the bright lights and bustle. “i’ll just go down to the water,” he said, and kissed the nearest cheek: “i’ll be back before the chimes.” now he looks east to the turning tide, out to the estuary slow and dark, and the white gulls gleaming on the waves. it’s cold, and he ought to feel it, but he’s full of beer and he’s got on his good thick coat. the collar rasps at the nape of his neck: he feels fuddled and constricted and his tongue is dry. i’ll go for a dip, he thinks, that’ll shake me loose; and coming down from the path stands alone on the shore, where deep in the dark mud all the creeks wait for the tide. the essex serpent, by sarah perry" data-via="tnbtweets">tweet (0) comments --> read more jenny forrester: the tnb self-interview by tnb nonfiction april 26, 2017 self-interview who do you think you are? i mean, what makes you so special? i ask myself these questions all the time. i imagine people asking these questions about me behind my back. so, i wanted to include them at the beginning of this self interview. they’re actually important questions. even though some people would say we shouldn’t be this hard on ourselves, i think we should. i think we should come to the page, whether we’re writing the page or reading it, with a sense of urgency. tweet (0) comments --> read more episode 463 — annabelle gurwitch by tnb editors april 26, 2017 podcasts now playing on the otherppl with brad listi podcast, a conversation with annabelle gurwitch , author of wherever you go, there they are: stories about my family you might relate to, available now from blue rider press. get the free otherppl app. listen via itunes. get brad listi’s sporadic email newsletter. tweet (0) comments --> read more romalyn tilghman: the tnb self-interview by tnb fiction april 25, 2017 fiction self-interviews you really carried around notes for this novel for several decades? yep. those notes have lived in the garages of nine homes in five states during that time. i was 24 years old when i was hired to work with local arts councils in kansas, and although i’d grown up in manhattan, kansas, the rural communities i was visiting could’ve been on the moon. i became fascinated by these towns and wondered why some had a certain energy about them and some didn’t. what was in the water that made people in one town walk faster than those in the next town over? and my, did those towns have feuds! each competed to have the best arts council, seemingly still carrying animosity from the civil war days of bloody kansas. tweet (0) comments --> read more excerpt of to the stars through difficulties, by romalyn tilghman by tnb fiction april 25, 2017 novel tornado demolishes kansas town new hope, ks. (ap)—the entire community of prairie hill, kansas (population 2754) was demolished saturday evening by a tornado the national weather bureau rated ef-5, the highest rating on the enhanced fujita scale. the twister was 1.7 miles wide, on the ground non-stop for 24 miles and 29 minutes, with a wind velocity of 200 mph. over 100 injuries have been treated at the nearby makeshift clinic in new hope. the town was leveled, with churches, schools, businesses and homes reduced to ruins. “exactly one wall is standing,” said mayor wade brown. “the front, just the façade, of the old carnegie library is the only vertical object in the entire town. otherwise, everywhere i look, there’s nothing but sky. flattened debris and sky. we’re lucky; we had a 20-minute warning which saved hundreds of lives, but otherwise, we have nothing.” to the stars through difficulties, by romalyn tilghman" data-via="tnbtweets">tweet (0) comments --> read more things he said by allison futterman april 24, 2017 essay damn, you’re sexy. for a work convention. what do you mean uh-oh? not everyone in vegas is doing coke and getting blowjobs from hookers. it was great talking to you…i don’t want the night to end. do you want to come up to the room and order some room service? no? then how about breakfast tomorrow morning? why do you keep asking me that?  i told you, i’m divorced. tweet (1) comment --> read more peg alford pursell: the tnb self-interview by tnb fiction april 21, 2017 fiction self-interviews do you think it’s necessary to start off with a self-conscious question acknowledging that you are talking to yourself publicly? no. good, now that we have that out of the way, let’s get straight to the heart of the matter. what do you most want others to know about your book, show her a flower, a bird, a shadow? the book is an accumulation of many years of writing, a slim volume, but in the words of antonya nelson “to call it slim would be a mistake…” the collection of hybrid prose (flash fiction, prose poetry, et al) is short but intense. the cover, which is a detail from a beautiful painting by the amazing david kroll, is meant to draw the reader into a much different kind of beauty than what the painting might seem to offer, into a penetrating concentration of a world of perhaps terrible beauty in its clear-eyed look. tweet (0) comments --> read more excerpt of show her a flower, a bird, a shadow, by peg alford pursell by tnb fiction april 21, 2017 novel petal, feather, particle show her a flower, a bird, a shadow, and she will show you what is simultaneously forming and falling apart. what is both witness and sign along the way on this rough earth, a shell already cracked. she’d thought she could raise a child with only minimal intercession but now, as she was being driven to the hotel, found herself looking up at the ceiling of the car, mumbling a quiet prayer. her daughter was like her: too quick to do everything. the girl’s father had been someone she once knew, or thought she had, a man who laid her in repose on the bed and gave her waist a tender squeeze before arranging her hands on top her, placing the right over the left, palm over knuckles. he studied her in that corpse-like pose, letting his glass with the float of lime warm in his hand, before his mouth captured hers. show her a flower, a bird, a shadow, by peg alford pursell" 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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