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Late Night Library

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Description: Where Literature Never Sleeps

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Luke Goebel

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Welcome to Late Night Conversation. Tonight our featured guest is Luke Goebel, author of the debut novel FOURTEEN STORIES| NONE OF THEM ARE YOURS, published today by FC2 as the winner of the Ronald Sukenick Prize for Innovative Fiction. Luke is the former co-editor of The NEW YORK TYRANT. Conversation topics include: breaking in to 5-star hotels, … continue reading »

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Elissa Washuta’s My Body Is a Book of Rules

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Welcome to our September 2014 episode of Late Night Debut. This month's episode features Elissa Washuta's debut memoir, My Body Is a Book of Rules, from Red Hen Press. "Body is a storm of fingernails and teeth and gripping, prying fingers flying at you from all directions, a hurricane of parts a...

Evan Peterson, Minor Arcana Press

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Welcome to Late Night Conversation. Tonight our featured guest is Evan J. Peterson, Editor-in-Chief of Minor Arcana Press and the author of Skin Job (Minor Arcana Press, 2012) and The Midnight Channel (Babel/Salvage Press, 2013)...

Paula Bomer

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Welcome to Late Night New York, a collaboration with the Franklin Park Reading Series in Brooklyn, NY. This week’s podcast features Paula Bomer, acclaimed author of the collection Inside Madeleine. ...

Caitlin Doughty

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Welcome to Late Night Conversation. This week guest host Candace Opper talks with Caitlin Doughty, Los Angeles-based mortician, founder of The Order of the Good Death, and author of Smoke Gets in Your Eyes: And Other Lessons From the Crematory. Candace and Caitlin discuss the transition from bloggin...

Bluets

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Welcome to Late Night Love Affair. This month Candace and Sarah discuss Maggie Nelson's Bluets, published by Wave Books in 2009. Topics of conversation include tarp, admitting you haven't figured it all out, being an author/curator, Nicholson Baker's Human Smoke, Andy Warhol, break-up narratives, th...

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