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An InDigest Interview with John Domini

Recently, InDigest had the chance to bat around a few questions with novelist and essayist John Domini about his latest collection of essays, The Sea God’s Herb. The author of Earthquake I.D. and A Tomb on the Periphery (which was nominated for a National Book Criticsmore…

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Eli Keszler: High & Low Technology, Construction and Crossing Disciplines

In anticipation of composer-cum-installation artist Eli Keszler’s album release and presentation at Eyebeam- on June 5th and 7th, respectively- I asked the artist a few questions about the function, execution, and process implicit in his work. Keszler’s creations engage withmore…

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Cecilia Lopez on Improvisation, Notation, and Indeterminacy

By Forrest Wu This Tuesday kicks off the 2012 MATA Festival, a celebration of young and innovative composers from around the globe. Four days of concerts serve as both a think tank for compositional progress and a launch pad formore…

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InDialogue: Brad Leining and John Jodzio

On a very cold and very clear morning in January 2012, John Jodzio sat down with me to chat via Facebook about various aspects of life and writing. John regularly packs them in for his readings. Here’s a little moremore…

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InDialogue: Jena Osman and Nadia Sirota

Nadia Sirota: Hello Jena! Jena Osman: Hey there. NS: How’s your Monday thus far? JO: Very fragmented mentally. How’s your day going? NS: Eh, okay. The year always starts off kind of crazytown and I haven’t yet figured out howmore…

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InDialogue: Jonathan Baumbach and Lawrence Raab

The below conversation between novelist Jonathan Bambach, author of numerous books including his most recent, Dreams of Molly, and poet Lawrence Raab, who has also authored many collections including The History of Forgetting, took place over email in October ofmore…

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InDialogue: Jimmy Wallenstein and James Snapko

In this InDialogue Jimmy Wallenstein, an author who just released his debut novel titled The Arriviste [Milkweed Editions, 2011], talks with film director James Snapko, whose features include Further North and Sucker Lake Park, he also just had a shortmore…

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The Cantatrice: Mark E. Cecil and Akwetey Oracca-Tetteh

Some writers approach their craft with subtle whispers of intent, tinkering, and dabbling towards their passion over years of paper napkin prose and half deleted ideas. Then with imminent focus, the arrival of la primera, or first book is welcomed.more…

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InDialogue: Arthur Phillips and John Reed

In early April, just over a week before the release of Arthur Phillips’ newest novel, The Tragedy of Arthur, I had coffee with Phillips and another author, John Reed. The Tragedy of Arthur is a farce about an author namedmore…

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InDialogue: J.A. Tyler & Judd Greenstein

This installment of InDialogue features a discussion between author and editor J.A. Tyler and musician and composer Judd Greenstein. J.A. Tyler is the author of the novel(la) Inconceivable Wilson as well as a number of chapbooks. He is also themore…

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InDialogue: Eddie Argos and Dan Jurgens

A discussion between musician Eddie Argos (Art Brut, Everybody Was in the French Resistance…Now!) and comic book writer/artist Dan Jurgens (Booster Gold, Adventures of Superman, countless others). Eddie Argos: I received a nice email from a mutual friend of oursmore…

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An Interview with Joel Gilbert, director of Paul Really is Dead

Being a conspiracy theorist isn’t easy. I think there are three main reasons for this: 1. You know you’re going to look like a loon. 2. You’re probably not right, and some part of you has to know that ifmore…

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