Dear lovers and frenemies—we're marching along through the end of this season. Our latest offering is a lovely conversation with Jane Wong with whom we discuss food, framings and frontiers. Phew.
JANE WONG is the author of How to Not Be Afraid of Everything from Alice James Books and Overpour from Action Books. A Kunidman fellow, she is the recipient of a Pushcart prize and fellowships and residencies from the US Fulbright program, Artist Trust, 4Culture, The Fine Arts Work Center, Bread Loaf, Hedgebrook, and more.
WILD FIRE SEASON: An old fashioned with palo santo bitters and a singed orange rind.
Amaud Jamaul Johnson reads Linda Gregg‘s ”The Poet Goes About Her Business”
Amaud Jamaul Johnson + Neat Glass of The Macallan Fine Whisky
Jane Wong reads Gwendolyn Brooks‘ ”when you have forgotten sunday: the love story”
Carl Phillips reads Kobayashi Issa‘s ”[The world of dew]” trans. Noyobuki Yuasa
Carl Phillips + Italian Margarita in a Silver-Rimmed Buffalo Horn Goblet
Tommye Blount reads Spencer Reece's "Interlude"
Tommye Blount + Pellegrino with Lime
Ada Limón reads Wanda Coleman's "Requiem for a Nest"
Ada Limón + January Gimlet
Season 3 - Coming Soon!
Justin Phillip Reed reads Reginald Shepherd's "Occurrences across the Chromatic Scale"
Justin Phillip Reed + Whiskey From The Bottle
Keetje Kuipers reads Eavan Boland's "Quarantine"
Keetje Kuipers + The Small Town Drag Show
Aria Aber reads Solmaz Sharif's "The Master's House"
Aria Aber + Duino Mojito
Michelle Peñaloza reads Douglas Kearney's "Tallahatchie Lullabye, Baby"
Michelle Peñaloza + Fire and Chrysanthemums
Bonus: The Craft of the Literary Podcast Interview
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