Posts Tagged ‘Nicolle Elizabeth’

77 interviews and now you people be happy goddamn you etc 14

Monday, November 29th, 2010

5. Some MFA fuck will host the Oscars.

77. In other sad news:

“If you’re a writer starting out now and you want to get a novel published, it’d better have a nice sympathetic character and a straightforward story that hopefully involves overcoming some hardship.”

14. Flash Fiction interviews Nicolle Elizabeth. I thank them.

My favorite part of it is that it isn’t getting another print run. Can I say that?

111. Kyle Hemmings interview at Dark Sky Magazine.

One of the biggest influences, besides other writers, was the nine or ten years I spent on the streets of New York, when I became addicted to the club scene.

1. Me here. My father brings novels to family reunions, funerals, and weddings. They are secreted in large pockets of his jacket. He brings them out, he reads them during the various proceedings. People have said things. But is this so wrong?

Threadbare Von Barren by Nicolle Elizabeth

Tuesday, March 2nd, 2010

Nicolle Elizabeth’s chapbook of flash fiction from the perspective of a teenager diagnosed with infertility, Threadbare Von Barren, will be available Friday from Achilles Chapbook Series. Go here to order.

Monday Lunch Hour Triple Play

Monday, February 1st, 2010

How long has it been? Okay, how about now?

This is for all you poor mofos with dayjobs.

Nicolle Elizabeth is on top of The Rumpus today, with a piece of hard-hitting, uterine-deforming, Uwe Boll-referencing nonfiction entitled “I am the Unicorn.” Damn right she is.

Eileen Myles is the newest Poet Off Poetry over at Coldfront. She’s talking about the great Gram Parsons, specifically Archives Vol 1. I haven’t heard that release yet, but I count two Gram Parsons recordings–Safe at Home by his International Submarine Band, and Sweetheart of the Rodeo from him-era The Byrds–among the best musical discoveries I made in 2009. Huge, huge, huge. In the course of discussing Parsons, she also says quite a bit about the Everly Brothers, about whom, well–see previous sentence.

And finally, Jon Woodward’s Poems to Stare At comes with a hat-tip to a student of Matthew Rohrer’s I met at the Writers House on Friday at the Jonathan Lethem reading. Dude, I’m sorry I don’t remember your name but I really appreciate this link, and the stuff you said about Cognitive Behaviorial Therapy was also pretty dead effing on. Okay, the rest of you head over and start staring. Now here are the Everly Brothers to play us out-

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kooAgqCHGvU