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In November 2019, we will be publishing the debut essay collection by Andre Perry, Some of Us Are Very Hungry Now.These personal essays travel from Washington DC to Iowa City to Hong Kong in search of both individual and national identity, while cataloging racial degradations committed on the campuses of elite universities and liberal bastions like San Francisco while Perry comes of age in.
Singer, author, and activist Judy Collins on doing what you love for as long as you can November 13, 2019. Jenny Hval on deep collaboration December 16, 2016. Kenya (Robinson) on creating your own opportunities November 18, 2016. Christopher Shinn on the ephemeral pleasures of theater November 11, 2016. Ragnar Kjartansson on finding the right kind of ambition October 21, 2016. Bret Easton.
Looking Back To Look Forward - Kirsten Norrie Profiled. 0 replies. Writer. John Doran. Often trying to sum up the work of multi-disciplinarian artists can be a fool’s errand. In the case of this Scottish folklorist, visionary, experimental poet, singer, performance artist and actor, focussing in tightly on just one aspect of her practice is initially the only way to present a clear.
The reissue also includes new track notes from respected music scholars David Evans and Doris J. Dyen; reflective essays from past and present folklorists with the Florida Folklife Program, including Peggy A. Bulger, Dwight DeVane, Doris J. Dyen, and Blaine Waide; and an extensive essay on African American one-string instrument traditions by David Evans. The 2012 edition, Drop on Down in.
Jenny Hval walks on stage wearing a pair of disposable overalls, accompanied by a male musician and a female dancer, similarly dressed. In their zippered paper outfits, the three give the appearance of nuclear fallout survivors in a student film. This is apropos: Hval’s most recent album, Apocalypse, girl (2015), evokes a world that is quietly and cheaply rotting away. On the album, Hval.
The Rumpus Book Club chats with Paul Lisicky about his new memoir, Later: My Life at the Edge of the World (Graywolf Press, March 2020), letting a book decide the genre it wants to be, revisiting old memories, literary community, and more. This is an edited transcript of the book club discussion. Every month The Rumpus Book Club hosts a discussion online with the book club members and the.
Best in Translation 2018 December 14, 2018. Each passing year it becomes increasingly evident that it is of the utmost importance to read literature in translation. In 2018, we've launched the Reading Across Borders Book Club, hosted by former staffer Helen Chau Bradley—which focuses on literature in English translation, with a particular interest in writers who are not (yet) well-known in.