Tag Archives: The Nervous Breakdown
Benjamin Percy is the guest. His new novel, Red Moon, is now available from Grand Central Publishing. It is the May selection of the TNB Book Club. (Photo credit: The Oregonian.) John Irving says Red Moon is a serious, politically … Continue reading →
Elizabeth Collins is today’s guest. She’s the editor of The Beautiful Anthology, a collection of essays, stories, and poems from TNB Books, all of which are centered on the topic of beauty. She’s also the author of a memoir called … Continue reading →
Jeff Ragsdale is the guest. He’s the co-author, along with David Shields and Michael Logan, of Jeff, One Lonely Guy. Here’s what Bret Easton Ellis, author of American Psycho, has to say about it: You can either make fun of … Continue reading →
Good news! Filmmaker magazine has included Other People in its Winter 2012 ‘Super 8‘ list! (Thanks to Scott Macaulay and everyone over at Filmmaker!) Here’s the write-up:
D.R. Haney is the guest. He’s the author of the novel Banned for Life (And/Or Press) and the nonfiction collection Subversia, now available from TNB Books. PANK magazine calls Subversia “…heartfelt and personal…a joyful read…” Duke is an old … Continue reading →
I’ve been interviewed by John Warner over at Jane Friedman‘s excellent blog. We talk about the state of things in publishing and how ‘literary’ pursuits blend with ‘entrepreneurial’ ones, among other things. Click right here to read.
Robby Auld, 16-year-old book blogger wünderkind, has interviewed me about the podcast and The Nervous Breakdown. To read the full interview, please click right here.
Ben Loory is the guest. He’s the author of the debut collection Stories for Nighttime and Some for the Day, now available from Penguin. Long a favorite of small zine readers in print and online, as well as a longtime … Continue reading →
Dennis Cooper is the guest. He’s the author of several books, including The Sluts, God Jr., the five novels of the George Miles cycle, and, most recently, The Marbled Swarm, now available from Harper Perennial. “Disquieting, humbling, and sadly beautiful … Continue reading →
Happy Thanksgiving, everybody! The guest is Adam Novy, author of the debut novel The Avian Gospels, available now from Short Flight / Long Drive Books, an independent press run by the good people over at Hobart. “The Avian Gospels has … Continue reading →