Making True Things More True, A Conversation with Dan Chelotti at Los Angeles Review of Books

I interviewed Dan Chelotti for The Los Angeles Review of Books. Here, we discuss poetry as a form of nonfiction, the art of finding or reading, and his latest book x from McSweeney’s, among other things. It was a wonderful experience. I’m happy to share space with such a delightful dear friend and colleague. Give … More Making True Things More True, A Conversation with Dan Chelotti at Los Angeles Review of Books

The Latest from Eileen Myles or Sometimes Confused, but Always in Love

SIDE 1 / SNOWFLAKE So, who the hell is Joan Larkin? I analyze the dedication to the first component of Eileen’s two-fold release, Snowflake, from Wave Books one more time before throwing it down on the floor. My fingers return to the keys. Type. Type. Type. New Google Search: J-O-A-N L-A-R-K-I-N. Internet leads me through … More The Latest from Eileen Myles or Sometimes Confused, but Always in Love