Category Archives: Pacific Northwest

Little Containers for Safekeeping: A Conversation with Rick Barot

In the summertime of 2009, once I discovered that Sarabande Books was going to publish my assortment of lyric essays, I had the great fortune of dwelling shut sufficient to the press to make a go to to their workplaces. Editor-in-chief Sarah Gorham led me into what would have been the unique front room of […]

Swinging Modern Sounds #94: I Think I Might

My guess is that for most individuals who write or take into consideration music one of the valuable occasions in a yr is the sudden discovery of a musician or performer that one knew nothing about, who raises some model new questions, or who approaches composition in a approach you simply haven’t heard earlier than. […]

Transformations: A Conversation with Genevieve Hudson

Genevieve Hudson is a author who defies borders. The bodily. The geographical. The definitions of style. Assume Denis Johnson meets Pleasure Williams. Assume southern lit by means of Alabama, however combined with the European sensibilities of Amsterdam and the grit of the Pacific Northwest wilderness. Genevieve delivered two books this yr. The primary is an […]