Tomorrow at Union Hall in Brooklyn, Myla Goldberg and Darin Strauss (both pictured above) discuss their new books, one of which looks back on the past through the lens of fiction, the other through the lens of memoir. All proceeds go to The Brooklyn New School (P.S. 146).
- “I Write Like a Haunting”: An Interview With Quintan Ana Wikswo
- Reverse Alchemy, Magnification, and “Aggressive Squirrels”: An Interview With Myriam Gurba
- Memory, Regrets, and Memorials: A Review of Denis Johnson’s “The Largesse of the Sea Maiden”
- Revisiting the Post-War Moment: Diane DeSanders on Writing “Hap and Hazard and the End of the World”