Genevieve Hudson is the guest. She has published two books this year. A Little in Love with Everyone (Fiction Advocate) is a work of queer commentary and Pretend We Live Here (Future Tense) is a story collection.
In today's monologue, I talk about recording at night and Abe Lincoln and our current cultural moment.
Lisa Locascio is the guest. Her debut novel Open Me is available now from Grove Atlantic.
In today's monologue, I read some listener mail.
Joseph Grantham is the guest. His debut poetry collection, Tom Sawyer, is available now from Civil Coping Mechanisms.
In today's monologue, I discuss Joey's visit to LA and dive into our email history.
This is Tammy's second time on the program. She first appeared in Episode 267 on April 9, 2014.
In today's monologue, I reflect on the past week in the United States of America and ring the bell of sanity.
Maggie Nelson is the guest. She is the author of nine books of poetry and prose, including The Argonauts, for which she won the National Book Critics Circle Award, as well as The Art of Cruelty: A Reckoning, Bluets, The Red Parts, and Jane: A Murder. She is the recipient of a Guggenheim Fellowship in Nonfiction and in 2016 was awarded a MacArthur "Genius" Fellowship. Most recently, her poetry collection Something Bright, Then Holes, has been re-issued by Soft Skull Press.
This is Maggie's second time on the program. She first appeared in Episode 185 on June 23, 2013.
In today's monologue, I hand the mic to Maggie. She reads a poem from her collection.