Category: listening

Virtual Poetry Readings, March 2020

If you’d like to listen to poets reading, there’s a number of series available online.

‘The Bride Minaret’: Poems by Heather Derr-Smith

The Bride Minaret

An intricate, heavy narrative. Part of what this poetry collection shows is how the embodiment of people, animals, and objects can convey information.

Unnamed feelings

For writers and artists, feelings play a big role in what motivates us to create, and they are also important for the characters we create. Many feelings are hard to spot and to name. Exploring them can yield rewards. “Odd Emotions,” an article by… Continue Reading “Unnamed feelings”

A talk with Skye Yvonne, author of ‘Astraethea’

Today I talk with Skye Yvonne, author of the YA novel Astraethea, the first book in a planned series. She’s also known online as Laila Winters. You can find her on Twitter, Facebook, Goodreads, Amazon, and her website. – Tucker Lieberman T.L.: You provide a lot of… Continue Reading “A talk with Skye Yvonne, author of ‘Astraethea’”

Can the truth-tellers win?

Conspiracy theories lost their place in fiction as the 21st century approached, says Alan Glynn in his Vulture article last week. First, it no longer seemed “shocking that those in power might be bad actors.” Second, Internet-fueled “information overload led to a sort of… Continue Reading “Can the truth-tellers win?”