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Caits Meissner for Studio A

Submitted by Sarah Courville on Sun, 30 Jul 2017, 10:39pm

Recorded audio from Studio A on Sunday, July 30 from 9:00-10:00 PM ET: live reading and interview with writer Caits Meissner. Meissner is the author of the hybrid poetry book Let It Die Hungry (The Operating System, 2016), and The Letter All Your Friends Have Written You(Well&Often, 2012), co-written with poet Tishon Woolcock.

Lynne DeSilva-Johnson for Studio A

Submitted by Sarah Courville on Sun, 16 Jul 2017, 10:53pm

Lynne DeSilva-Johnson is a non binary artist and author working in performance, exhibition, and publication in conversation with new media. She is a visiting assistant professor at Pratt, the founder and Managing Editor of The Operating System, as well as Libraries Editor at Boog City. Lynne is the author of 'GROUND', 'blood atlas', and 'Overview Effect', co-author of 'A GUN SHOW' with Adam Sliwinski/Sō Percussion, and co-editor of the anthologies 'RESIST MUCH, OBEY LITTLE: Inaugural Poems for the Resistance', and 'In Corpore Sano: Creative Practice and the Challenged Body'.

Darrel Alejandro Holnes for Studio A

Submitted by Sarah Courville on Sat, 13 May 2017, 5:56pm

Listen to the in-studio reading and interview with writer Darrel Alejandro Holnes, originally aired on April 16, 2017 on Studio A. Holnes is a poet and a playwright from Panama and a professor at NYU and Medgar Evers College. His poems can be found at American Poetry Review, Poetry Magazine, Callaloo, Best American Experimental Writing, and elsewhere in print and online.

Studio A with JP Howard

Submitted by Sarah Courville on Wed, 8 Mar 2017, 11:31pm

Listen to the live recording of Studio A from Sunday, March 5 for a reading and interview with poet JP Howard. Howard, a Cave Canem graduate fellow, is the author of SAY/MIRROR, a debut poetry collection published by The Operating System (2016, 2nd expanded ed and 2015, 1st ed) and a chaplet "bury your love poems here" (Belladonna Collaborative*, 2015). SAY/MIRROR was a 2016 Lambda Literary Award Finalist in the Lesbian Poetry Category.

Interview with Diana Delgado

Submitted by Sarah Courville on Tue, 21 Feb 2017, 10:23pm

Listen to the audio from poet Diana Delgado's live interview and reading Studio A from Sunday, February 19. Delgado received her MFA in Poetry from Columbia University and a BA in Poetry from University of California, Riverside. Her poetry chapbook, Late-Night Talks With Men I Think I Trust, selected by Cornelius Eady, won the Center for Book Arts 2015 Poetry Chapbook Competition.

Studio A with Rosebud Ben-Oni

Submitted by Sarah Courville on Sun, 22 Jan 2017, 11:29pm

Born to a Mexican mother and Jewish father, Rosebud Ben-Oni is a recipient of the 2014 NYFA Fellowship in Poetry and a CantoMundo Fellow. She was a Rackham Merit Fellow at the University of Michigan, and a Horace Goldsmith Scholar at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. She is the author of SOLECISM (Virtual Artists Collective, 2013), a contributor to The Conversant, and an Editorial Advisor for VIDA: Women in Literary Arts.

Studio A with Aspen Matis

Submitted by Sarah Courville on Sun, 15 Jan 2017, 10:20pm

This interview with internationally-bestselling memoirist Aspen Matis originally aired January 15, 9:00 PM on Studio A. Her book, Girl in the Woods, tells the story of her sexual assault and her flight from college, which led to a journey of self-discovery as she set out to hike the entire Pacific Crest Trail from Mexico to Canada. A brief account of her experiences appeared first in The New York Times' Modern Love column, and that subsequentally led to her inspiring and heart-wrenching memoir.

Studio A With Bianca Stone

Submitted by Danielle Smith on Sun, 2 Oct 2016, 10:22pm

The following is a live interview and recording with Bianca Stone. Bianca is a poet and visual artist, and the author of Someone Else’s Wedding Vows, Poetry Comics From the Book of Hours, and artist/collaborator on a special illustrated edition of Anne Carson's Antigonick.

Episode 3

Submitted by Sarah Courville on Sun, 25 Sep 2016, 11:13pm

David Moscovich is the Romanian-American author of You Are Make Very Important Bathtime (JEF Books, Chicago, IL) and LIFE+70[Redacted], a print version of the single most expensive literary e-book to ever be hacked (forthcoming October 11, from Lit Fest Press.) He is the recipient of fellowships from New York University, Teachers & Writers Collaborative, and also sponsorship from the New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA). He holds an MFA in Fiction from NYU and is editor and publisher of Louffa Press.

Episode 3

Submitted by Sarah Courville on Sun, 25 Sep 2016, 11:13pm

David Moscovich is the Romanian-American author of You Are Make Very Important Bathtime (JEF Books, Chicago, IL) and LIFE+70[Redacted], a print version of the single most expensive literary e-book to ever be hacked (forthcoming October 11, from Lit Fest Press.) He is the recipient of fellowships from New York University, Teachers & Writers Collaborative, and also sponsorship from the New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA). He holds an MFA in Fiction from NYU and is editor and publisher of Louffa Press.

Studio A With Jacqueline Bishop

Submitted by Sarah Courville on Sun, 18 Sep 2016, 10:31pm

The following is a live interview and recording with Jacqueline Bishop. The Gymnast & Other Positions is Jacqueline most recent book and has been awarded the 2016 OCM Bocas Award in Non-Fiction. She is also the author of the novel, The River’s Song; and two collections of poems,Fauna and Snapshots from Istanbul.

Studio A With Marcia Butler

Submitted by Danielle Smith on Sun, 11 Sep 2016, 10:29pm

Marcia Butler’s life has been driven by creativity. For 25 years she performed throughout the world as a professional oboist. She was hailed by the New York Times as “a first rate artist” and performed with such luminaries as pianist Andre
Watts, soprano Dawn Upshaw and jazz great Keith Jarrett. In 2002 Marcia changed careers and began an interior design firm. She has served well over 100 clients and her design work has been published in shelter
magazines.

Studio A With Jennifer Fitzgerald

Submitted by Danielle Smith on Sun, 4 Sep 2016, 10:19pm

The following is a recording of a live reading and interview with Jen Fitzgerald. Jen is a poet, essayist, and a native New Yorker who received her MFA in Poetry at Lesley University. She is a community activist and freelance writer with experience in both the creative and professional spectrum. She is the host of New Books in Poetry Podcast as part of the New Books Network, a member of New York Writers Workshop, and was a Bread Loaf 2014 Conference participant.

Studio A With Charles Salzburg

Submitted by Danielle Smith on Sun, 21 Aug 2016, 10:27pm

The following is a recording of a live interview and reading with Charles Salzberg. Charles is the author of the Henry Swann detective series, Swann's Last Song, which was nominated for a Shamus Award, Swann Dives In, and Swann's Lake of Despair, nominated for 2 Silver Falchions, and a finalist for the Beverly Hills Book Award and the Indie Excellence Award. His novel, Devil in the Hole, based on a true crime, was named one of the best crime novels in 2013. In his latest, Triple Shot, Twist of Fate is one of the three novellas.

Studio A With Yvonne Cassidy

Submitted by Danielle Smith on Sun, 14 Aug 2016, 10:27pm

Yvonne Cassidy was born and raised in Dublin, Ireland and moved to New York in 2011. Yvonne is the author of three novels published by Hachette: The Other Boy, What Might Have Been Me and How Many Letters Are In Goodbye? In addition to being published widely in Europe, How Many Letters Are In Goodbye? was published in the U.S. by Llewellyn YA imprint Flux in March 2016.

Studio A With Dennis Norris II and Robert Balun

Submitted by Danielle Smith on Sun, 26 Jun 2016, 10:41pm

The following is a recording of a live reading and interview with Dennis Norris II and Robert Balun. Dennis is a graduate of Haverford College and holds an MFA in Creative Writing (Fiction) from Sarah Lawrence College. His fiction appears in Bound Off: An Online Literary Audio Magazine and Madcap Review. He has won awards and fellowships for his short fiction from the Hurston/Wright Foundation, the NYS Summer Writers Institute, VONA, and the Vermont Studio Center, and in 2015 was named a Kimbilio Fiction Fellow.

Gregory Moss

Submitted by Charlie Fuertsch on Fri, 24 Jun 2016, 4:38pm

Gregory Moss is a playwright and educator. His play “Indian Summer” explores summer romance at a beach town in Rhode Island. WKCR programmer Kally Patz talks with Mr. Moss about Rhode Island’s eccentric locals, his fascination with Shakespeare, and the role of time in his play.

Studio A With Christopher Kondrich and Meghan Gilligan

Submitted by Danielle Smith on Sun, 24 Apr 2016, 10:40pm

The following is a live reading and recording with Christopher Kondrich and Meghan Gilligan. Chris is the author of Contrapuntal (Parlor Press, 2013). He is the winner of The Iowa Review Award for Poetry (selected by Srikanth Reddy), and The Paris-American Reading Series Prize. His poetry appears or is forthcoming in Boston Review, Colorado Review, Gulf Coast, The Iowa Review, The Kenyon Review, and elsewhere. He edits Tupelo Quarterly, and lives and teaches in Providence, RI. Meghan is a Writing MFA Candidate at Columbia University, concentrating in creative nonfiction.

Studio A With Sukriti Yadava

Submitted by Danielle Smith on Sat, 23 Apr 2016, 10:31am

The following is an interview and reading with Sukriti Yadava. Sukriti holds an MFA in Creative Nonfiction from Columbia University, and was Publisher of Columbia: A Journal of Literature and Art. She has written for Apogee Journal and Vox, and read at Columbia's "Gallery,” Sarah Lawrence's "6 X 6,” and the Our Word reading series. She was one of five students chosen by Columbia to attend the 2014 World Writer’s Festival in Paris, and worked for the 2015 Irrawaddy Literary Festival in Myanmar.

Studio A With Gordon Haber and Oliva Ciacci

Submitted by Danielle Smith on Mon, 18 Apr 2016, 6:13pm

The following is a live reading and interview with Gordon Haber and Olivia Ciacci. Gordon writes fiction, criticism and journalism. His nonfiction work investigates the nexus of religion and culture. His recent fiction includes the novellas FALSE ECONOMIES and ADJUNCTIVITIS. Gordon's awards include a Fulbright Fellowship to Poland and a residency at the MacDowell Colony. In 2013, Gordon launched Dutch Kills Press.com, which publishes New York City's finest artisanal e-books. Gordon does not live in Brooklyn. Olivia is working towards her MFA in fiction at Columbia University.

Studio A With Erika Luckert and Avia Tadmor

Submitted by Danielle Smith on Mon, 4 Apr 2016, 5:48pm

The following is a live recording and interview with Erika Luckert and Avia Tadmor. Erika is a poet from Edmonton, Canada. She completed a BA in English and Creative Writing at the University of Alberta before moving to New York City to pursue her MFA in Poetry at Columbia University. Erika was a nominee for the Canadian National Magazine Award in Poetry, and her work has been published or is forthcoming in Room Magazine, Glass Buffalo, The Prairie Journal, The Belleville Park Pages, and others. She also teaches creative writing and translates poetry from the French.

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