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A Conversation: Is There Anything Literary About Motherhood? Jenny Offill & Ceridwen Morris Discussions about motherhood are cluttered with logistics, dark nuances, and commiseration. They are frequently conducted under the punch-drunk fog of sleeplessness, grammar-addling distraction, and amazement. Discussions about … Continue reading
Poetry has a long half-life, and poets keep flourishing, getting older (very slightly) and better. So now that Kathleen Graber has been nominated for a National Book Award and a National Book Critics Circle award for her amazing collection, The … Continue reading
At this year’s AWP conference in Washington DC last month, I attended a panel hosted by Ninth Letter, featuring four writers who had read the entire long list for the 1960 National Book Award in fiction in order to re-judge … Continue reading
By now we’ve all read and rehashed the grim stats published by Vida on women publishing book reviews. Tin House has a refreshingly non-defensive response to their role in the gender disparity; read it here.