Reader Peter Christie sent me notice that T. C. Boyle was interviewed in the Small Talk column of Financial Times, a publication I do not usually read. Thanks Peter! The May Atlantic Monthly explores How Genius Works, and T. C. Boyle shares a page from his draft of The Tortilla Curtain.
Dennis Saleh has ten pages of poetry in Little Star 2, and is in the Hotel Amerika “Aphorisms” issue. Other new work is forthcoming in Chautauqua, Illuminations, and Poem. Later this year, he will be Featured Poet in Psychological Perspectives (published by the C. G. Jung Institute of Los Angeles), with both poetry and excerpts from a novel-in-progress set in Ancient Egypt, Bast, and commentary on his work.
Elizabeth Kerlikowske has two poems in the May issue of the Cincinnati Review. She will reading at Forever Books in St. Joseph, MI, on April 25, and at the Smoking Poet’s fifth anniversary celebration in Kalamazoo, MI, on April 28.
Joe Meno is featured in the latest issue of McSweeney’s Quarterly Concern(issue 37). His story is supposedly about women who want to be eaten by lions and appears alongside work by Jonathan Franzen and Joyce Carol Oates.
The spotlight is on Kathleen Kirk in ECLECTICA. She has three stunning poems in it — “Nameless Creek” blew me away.