Arthur Bradford


ARTHUR BRADFORD is one of the most enigmatic figures on the American literary landscape today. Living in Portland, working at a juvenile detention center, he relentlessly seeks pick-up basketball games against younger and more skilled athletes. He wears a “compression sock” on one leg, to combat a circulation problem, so many of these competitors believe … continue reading »

Dog-Eared & Dispatched

Dog-Eared & Dispatched: March 1, 2015

From the discovery of a lost tale to the destruction of rare books, this has been a tumultuous week in the book world. Barnes and Noble, though, has managed to do something that’s made Wall Street Happy, and the West Coast port strike is over at last. Ready for more? Read on! Lost and found … continue reading »

John Carr Walker’s Repairable Men


Welcome to the February 26 episode of Late Night Debut! This week we feature John Carr Walker’s debut short story collection, Repairable Men, published by Sunnyoutside. “One of the shrewdest and darkest story collections I’ve read in years …” writes John Vanderslice in Heavy Feather Review. “Not a word is wasted, and it’s safe to say that as much happens in the … continue reading »

David Moscovich


Welcome to Late Night Conversation! This week’s guest is author David Moscovich. Moscovich is the son of Romanian immigrants whose family history is as compelling as the flash fiction he writes. He blends personal experience and a flair for the unconventional to create powerful stabs of reality, hilarity, and beauty through his fictional work. David and Erika chat about … continue reading »

T. Geronimo Johnson

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While Charlie, Candice, and Louis were fastening seat belts and returning chair trays to the upright and locked position, it dawned on Daron that though he’d asked his mom to move The Charlies, he’d neglected to mention the mammies from New Orleans, Salt and Pepper Climb on Cucumber, as well as the Bibinba, Zwarte Pieten, … continue reading »

Dog-Eared & Dispatched

Dog-Eared & Dispatched: February 22, 2015

In this week’s roundup of book news, we look into the archives, both for missing (but still publishable!) manuscripts and for troves of rare books. We also see Amazon get a bit sniffy. It’s all footnotes this week. Are you ready for a fast-paced look at this week’s book news? Read on! FOOTNOTES Faber &amp … continue reading »