Posts tagged Rachel B. Glaser

from MOODS by the inimitable Rachel B. Glaser

from MOODS by the inimitable Rachel B. Glaser

InDigest is celebrating the end of the world with videos of people reading their “apocalyptic” work. This is mine. You should hit play so my face moves out of the strange  position it’s frozen in. Rachel B. Glaser is keeping me company. You can see the whole slew of videos here. (The poem, by the way, is “All Things Bright and Beautiful,” the last poem from What Is Amazing.)

I’m in the midst of transcribing a conversation between myself and two writers I adore: Rachel B. Glaser and my sister—Michele Christle. It so happens that the latter has a story in the new issue of the Kenyon Review, and it so happens that I think it’s great. We talk about it in the interview, which I’ll link to when it goes up, but in the meantime, maybe you want to get your hands on a copy?
(Photo by the extraordinary Emily Hunt.)

I’m in the midst of transcribing a conversation between myself and two writers I adore: Rachel B. Glaser and my sister—Michele Christle. It so happens that the latter has a story in the new issue of the Kenyon Review, and it so happens that I think it’s great. We talk about it in the interview, which I’ll link to when it goes up, but in the meantime, maybe you want to get your hands on a copy?

(Photo by the extraordinary Emily Hunt.)