I Only Have Eyes For You”: Live readings by Aisha Sasha John and Julie Joosten at the words(on)stages reading series

June 24, 2014 Rain didn’t deter the audience and participants from coming out to the words(on)stages reading series, hosted by founders Nicole Brewer*** and Will Kemp of words(on)pages. Held on Wednesday, June 18 at The Central, the venue offered outdoor seating on the second-floor deck, where the audience looked inside into the performance space. Drinks […]

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The Fun Questionnaire: Erín Moure’s Process

After reading Secession / Insecession, I was brimming with questions. Erín Moure graciously fielded my questions and provided some compelling answers! Read part 2 of our exchange here: Kristen: Name one other BookThug book you know (not yours). Have you read it? What do you think? Erin: White Porcupine by Phil Hall. In a rainstorm […]

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May Busy-ness

There were a number of events in May that  featured BookThug authors. We would like to share a little more detail of these past events. Monday May 26, 2014 “The Coming Envelope #9” had its at The Common on College Street with readings by contributors Kilby Smith-McGregor, Jonathan Pappo and S.D. Chrostowska. Fiction Editor Malcolm […]

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In Translation of Secession / Insecession: A Dialogue Between Reader and Author

After reading Secession / Insecession, I was brimming with questions. Erín Moure graciously fielded my questions and provided some compelling answers! Read our exchange here: Kristen: So much of Secession / Insecession reads as a relative deterritorialization. You translate and move around Chus’s text, as a jazz musician would improvise on a key. Can you describe your […]

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