A while ago we did an interview with James Boice. Here is the lovely trailer for his book that you’d probably love to read.
Pedro Ponce‘s fiction chapbook, Alien Autopsy, is available for pre-order from Cow Heavy Books. A review of Alien Autopsy can be seen at Fringe Magazine. An earlier chapbook of linked fictions, Superstitions of Apartment Life, is available from Burnside Review Press. Superstitions was reviewed in The Chapbook Review. Natasha Stagg: How long have you been writing?
Image of Tracey Emin and her art via Pas Un Autre In response to previous post by Joel Smith I don’t know that I can let that last one slide. I’m not big on being called a misogynist. Especially when there’s little evidence to back that up. So, the claim, as I understand it (and
I was the happy recipient of 2 (two) advanced copies of Patrick DeWitt‘s newest novel, The Sisters Brothers a few weeks ago. Due to graduation “stress” I was unable to start the book until recently, and I’ll let you know how it’s going if you ask. Here’s a video (it’s a Western!): –Natasha Stagg
J.W. Wang is the editor of Juked. He lives in Tallahassee, Florida with musical instruments he wishes could play themselves. Natasha Stagg: Tell us about Juked. J.W. Wang: Juked is an independent literary journal that began online in 1999. Our first print issue came out around 2002, and we continue to publish an annual print