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February 5, 2011 - 10:30am
Bill Peschel is the author of Writers Gone Wild: The Feuds, Frolics and Follies of Literature's Great Adventurers, Drunkards, Lovers, Iconoclasts, and Misanthropes, from Penguin Perigee.
February 5, 2011 - 10:30am
Jessica Keener, writer and Agni fiction editor, reads "Not for Sale," part of a larger work-in-progress called "An Ordinary Girl's Search for Home," a memoir. It was first published by Connotation Press, January 2011.
February 5, 2011 - 10:30am
Press 53 author Michael Kardos talks about his forthcoming story collection One Last Good Time.
February 5, 2011 - 10:30am
The other day I posted a couple of podcasts from a Chicago reading series. Here’s another Chicago series, A Night at The Parlor, with Adam Levin, whose novel The Instructions was just released by McSweeney’s Books.
February 5, 2011 - 10:30am
Listen in as the staff of Ninth Letter discuss the collaboration between Art & Design faculty and Creative Writing faculty at the University of Illinois in producing the award-winning journal. Edited and designed by faculty and students as part of the core curricula of both programs, the journal’s mission is to present original literary writing of exceptional quality, illuminated by cutting-edge graphic design.
February 5, 2011 - 10:15am
Andrew MacFadyen-Ketchum, who runs the terrific site PoemoftheWeek.org, presents here an audio essay on the late, young poet Joshua Vinzant and his chapbook, Max, which was released earlier this year with RopeWalk Press. Vinzant’s widow, RopeWalk, and the poet Rodney Jones worked to put the book together after Vinzant’s suicide. With readings by Robert Wrigley, Andrew Hudgins, Kim Addonizzio, and Jones.
February 4, 2011 - 1:00pm
Some thoughts as I was preparing an executive briefing on Greenback's greenhouse gas emissions:
February 4, 2011 - 10:45am
Xu Xi, who has a couple of podcasts here this week, will be on the panel Page Turners: Asian American Literature in the 21st Century. From Hmong to Iran to Turkmenistan, Asian American literature is broadening its terrain. The Asian American Writers’ Workshop is at the fore of this conversation on “radical inclusivity. But what unifies these cultures and aesthetics?
February 4, 2011 - 4:15am
As always, simply e-mail me (only once today—you can and should enter once each day!) at oronte.churm@insidehighered.com to enter. Today only, be sure to include in your title these secret words: Radio Free ChurmNow for today’s giveaways:
February 4, 2011 - 4:15am
This cast is very special to me; it borders perhaps on what I’d call charming, and I’m not one to overuse that word. Here National Book Award finalist in poetry Patricia Smith and crime novelist Bruce DeSilva—wife and husband—interview each other on writing, art, public lives, and domesticity.


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