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Late Night Conversation, hosted by Kristin Maffei This week Kristin speaks to Rachel Hadas, who offers her richness of experience and insight into the world of poetry, classics, and the writing life. Rachel is formidably accomplished and yet speaks with warmth, wit, and deep empathy about poets she has known, her adventures (and misadventures) in language and literature, her
Late Night Conversation, hosted by Kristin Maffei This week Kristin sits down with British author and editor Jonathan Lee. After the release of his second novel, Jonathan was recognized by The Guardian as “a major new voice in British fiction” and, not long after, moved to Brooklyn and began work with A Public Space magazine.
Late Night Conversation, hosted by Kristin Maffei This week’s guest is James McCorkle, poet, Ph.D., and professor. James has been writing “basically forever,” and has interacted and worked with magnificent poets, writers, and artists along the way. He has a deep understanding of the artistic and human significance of poetry and unique insights into contemporary
Late Night Conversation, hosted by Kristin Maffei This week our New York City team caught up with mensah demary, the co-founder of Specter magazine, a literary platform for women, people of color, and the LGBTQ community. In addition to his leadership at Specter, mensah is a poet, columnist, and fiction and nonfiction writer. Listen to the
Late Night Conversation, hosted by Kristin Maffei In this week’s episode, Kristin sits down with Anne Beate Hovind, Oslo native and public art professional. Anne is currently putting her expertise in city planning and public art to carry out a project by Katie Paterson called Future Library. For the project, a forest has been planted in Norway. Every
Late Night Conversation, hosted by Kristin Maffei Tonight our New York staff is delighted to speak with Pamela Paul, editor of the New York Times Book Review. She is also the author of The Starter Marriage and the Future of Matrimony, Pornified, and Parenting, Inc., and is the editor of By the Book: Writers on