Some of the people I interviewed were curious, maybe even a bit suspicious,...– In next month’s New York Times T Magazine, DW Gibson chronicles the months he spent interviewing America’s unemployed for NOT WORKING.
Inferno: "poetry book of the year"! (though it's a... →
Stunning review of Eileen Myles’ Inferno by Bob Holman and Margery Snyder: “She’s unstoppable because she’s a poet, unbridled because she’s Eileen. An act of audacity and clarity, a poem straining to be a life, Myles’ Inferno is a book for the ages…”
Here’s a post-Thanksgiving Day thought on one of our books from Anthony D. Romero, executive director of the ACLU: “The Torture Report is a definitive and often stirring rebuke to those who are still publishing books and touring the country claiming their ‘enhanced interrogations’ worked and were not torture. Reconstructing, directly from the documentary record, scenes...
Nathanael West fans are a disparate bunch. W.H. Auden, Matt Groening (there is a...– The Telegraph’s Martin Chilton writes a rave review of Joe Woodward’s biography of Nathanael West, Alive Inside the Wreck.
Writing it was, as is reading West always is—cruel fun.– Joe Woodward on Largehearted Boy about writing his biography of Nathanael West, Alive Inside the Wreck. Read on for more about his writing process — and a playlist.
The Penguin Press: A Collection of Rejected Titles... →
thenotes: Manuscript corrections are due. “Page 87: Typo, change weiner to wiener.” IVYLAND. COMING SOON.
There’s a lot I love about Inferno: as a person, a lesbo, a woman, a former New...– -Marie Lyn “Riese” Bernard, on the Emily Books tumblr We are so excited and honored to have Inferno by Eileen Myles as the book of the month at Emily Books. You can even subscribe to Emily Books for the year, which gets you a new ebook every month as well as “priceless feelings of...