More with Brenda Marshall

…Continued from a previous post Brenda Marshall: I was born on a farm in the Red River Valley of eastern North Dakota, and grew up climbing trees, riding my pony, and daydreaming

Two Part Review: Guerilla Girls (Part Two)

Continued from previous post… One slide displayed a bunch of statistics. They were alarming: Most museums’ inventories are over 90% male-produced. This gets to the heart of things, doesn’t it? Guys are

Interview with Bob Thurber

Bob Thurber is the author of Paperboy: a dysfunctional novel (Casperian Books, 2011) Over the last decade his short fiction has received numerous awards, including The Barry Hannah Fiction Prize, and various citations, most

Review: Never Say Never

I think Justin Bieber is charming, and I like one of his songs, so I’m interested in Bieber Fever. I wonder, in passing, if I have symptoms—if it is oncoming, and I

Review: Sebadoh at Congress

I went to see Sebadoh on Monday just because I was on the list. That’s right, I’ll pull that card. I think Sebadoh are boring and tour too often, but I wanted

Interview with James Boice

Photo by Michael Turek James Boice was born in 1982 in Salinas, California and grew up in northern Virginia. He dropped out of college after three weeks to be a writer. He

Interview with Brenda Marshall

Brenda K. Marshall’s  first novel, Mavis, was published in 1996 (Fawcett-Columbine), and her second novel, Dakota, Or What’s a Heaven For, was published in November 2010 (North Dakota State University Institute for

Interview with Editor: Robert Stapleton

Robert Stapleton is the founder and editor of Booth. He teaches writing at Butler University and has published stories, poems, and criticism in Riprap, Journal of the Gulf War: Poetry from Home,

Interview with Gay Degani

Natasha Stagg: How long have you been writing? Gay Degani: I wrote a novel long-hand in purple ink in the fifth grade.  It was about the Twellington family–eleven of them, with two

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