Archives about kristin maffei
Late Night Conversation, hosted by Kristin Maffei This week’s guests are Lizzie Harris and Amy Meng, founders and poetry editors for Bodega Magazine, “Your Literary Corner Store.” Founded in September 2012 and coming up on its 25th issue, Bodega releases digital issues on the first Monday of every month, featuring poetry, prose, and occasional interviews by
Late Night Conversations, hosted by Kristin Maffei In tonight’s conversation, we hear from Angela Bole, who brings a deep background of experience in publishing and literature — and is currently leading the Independent Book Publishers Association (IBPA). The organization is over thirty years old with a stellar track record of supporting, educating, and advocating for independent book sellers, authors,
Late Night Conversation, hosted by Kristin Maffei Tonight we hear from Lisa Lucas, the publisher of Guernica, an award-winning magazine published twice monthly focusing on “the intersection of arts and politics with an international focus.” Lisa has a deep resume in art and nonprofit and is soon to take the magazine to its first annual print publication.
Late Night Conversation, hosted by Kristin Maffei Tonight we hear from Danniel Schoonebeek, poet, traveler, and author of American Barricade and the forthcoming book C’est La Guerre. Listen as Danniel shares tales and tips from his Amtrak tour across America (yes, this was before Amtrak’s writing residency), his web platform for other travelers to track literary events across the country, and
Late Night Conversation, hosted by Kristin Maffei Tonight we hear from Julia Fierro, author of Cutting Teeth (St. Martin’s Press, May 2014) and one of this year’s most anticipated debut novelists. With humorous transparency, Julia talks with Kristin about everything from the unique challenge of being a woman (and a mother) in the publishing world, to the misery of being
Late Night Conversation, hosted by Kristin Maffei Tonight, Kristin talks to Charif Shanahan, the Programs Director for the Poetry Society of America (PSA). Founded in 1910, the Poetry Society of America is the oldest poetry organization in the United States. With a mission both to support poets and to deepen cultural appreciation for poetry, PSA has been