I’ll be reading from my short story, “Dorian in Germany” on May 9th at 7 pm at Housing Works Bookstore Cafe in SoHo. Please stop by and say hello!
Tags: An Object of Beauty: A Novel, Bookslut, byline gender gap, feminism, gender gap, Lady Journos, Manhattan, new york city, sexism, Steve Martin, the male gaze
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Feminist writer and activist Maxine Hong Kingston talks to me about using Walt Whitman as a character, why she loves Virginia Woolf, and superstitions about writing on SMITH magazine.
Tags: classic literature, I Love a Broad Margin to My Life, Kate Millet, Kate Millet Flying, Maxine Hong Kingston, Maxine Hong Kingston interview, Memoir, Orlando, SMITH magazine, superstition, vanity, Virginia Woolf, Walt Whitman, women's personal writing, writing
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Paul Vidich discusses his new iPhone, iPad, and iTouch app with me as well as how short stories are marketed, how The New Yorker curates fiction, and how people will be reading in the years to come on The Daily BR!NK.
Tags: #amreading, #fridayreads, Ben Greenman, iPad, iPhone, iTouch, Kate Bernheimer, literary fiction, Mavis Gallant, Mavis Gallant "The Remission", Paul Vidich, Robert Boswell, Shannan Rouss, short stories, short story, Storyville, Storyville app, The Daily BR!NK, The New Yorker, Twitter
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