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Jarret Middleton

Jarret Middleton

Jarret Middleton is the author of AN DANTOMINE EERLY and the forthcoming novel, DARKANSAS. He is the editor of Pharos Editions, an imprint of Counterpoint Press. He lives in Seattle.
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Talking with Geoff Dyer: The Shape of the Landscape

Talking with Geoff Dyer: The Shape of the Landscape

The Writer’s Life Geoff Dyer: The Shape of the Landscape A Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature and a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, Geoff Dyer has received the Somerset Maugham Award, the E.M. Forster Award, a Lannan Literary Fellowship, a National Book Critics Circle Award for criticism and, in...
Ross Howell Jr.: Guilt and Hatred Under Jim Crow

Ross Howell Jr.: Guilt and Hatred Under Jim Crow

http://www.shelf-awareness.com/readers-issue.html?issue=475#m8319 Ross Howell Jr.: Guilt and Hatred Under Jim Crow Ross Howell Jr. has taught essay writing, fiction and literature at Harvard University, Simmons College, the University of Virginia and currently at Elon University. He earned an M.F.A. at the University of Iowa Writers’ Workshop. He lives in Greensboro, N.C.Forsaken (NewSouth Books, February 1) is...
Bill Beverly: Four Characters Finding Trouble

Bill Beverly: Four Characters Finding Trouble

http://www.shelf-awareness.com/max-issue.html?issue=182#m380   Bill Beverly: Four Characters Finding Trouble Bill Beverly grew up in Kalamazoo, Mich., and studied at Oberlin College and the University of Florida. His research on criminal fugitives and the stories surrounding them became the book On the Lam: Narratives of Flight in J. Edgar Hoover’s America. His debut novel,Dodgers, will be published...
The Drama of Flight - Interview with Benjamin Johncock about his debut novel, The Last Pilot

The Drama of Flight – Interview with Benjamin Johncock about his debut novel, The Last Pilot

The Writer’s Life Benjamin Johncock: The Drama of Flight   Benjamin Johncock is the recipient of an Arts Council England grant and the American Literary Merit Award and writes for the Guardian. He lives in Norwich, England, with his wife, daughter and son. His first novel, The Last Pilot, follows test pilot Jim Harrison and...
All History Is Contemporary History - Interview with Timothy Snyder about his new book, Black Earth

All History Is Contemporary History – Interview with Timothy Snyder about his new book, Black Earth

Timothy Snyder: All History Is Contemporary History Timothy Snyder is the author of Bloodlands: Europe Between Hitler and Stalin and the new Black Earth: The Holocaust as History and Warning. He is the Housum Professor of History at Yale University and a permanent fellow of the Institute for Human Sciences. He lives in New Haven,...
Seattle Fiction Federation No. 3

Seattle Fiction Federation No. 3

  Jarret Middleton, Stacey Levine, Erik Evenson & open mic winner Laura Germano. 8 open mic readers drawn by lot, winner gets a featured slot at SFF 4. Free! The Stranger highly suggests you attend!
Violence in Ferguson, Violence in The System

Violence in Ferguson, Violence in The System

VIOLENCE IN FERGUSON, VIOLENCE IN THE SYSTEM JARRET MIDDLETON Tuesday, December 2, 2014 “Violence is man recreating himself.” —Frantz Fanon IN THE WAKE of the grand jury failing to return a verdict to try Darren Wilson for murdering Micheal Brown, many people are saying that they don’t understand why people in Ferguson would riot, or...
The Greatest Game on Earth: The 2014-2015 NHL Hockey Preview

The Greatest Game on Earth: The 2014-2015 NHL Hockey Preview

THE GREATEST GAME ON EARTH: 2014 NHL SEASON PREVIEW JARRET MIDDLETON Thursday, October 9, 2014 THAT SPECIAL TIME is upon us once again: hockey is back. Die-hard fans everywhere are breathing collective sighs of relief, no longer having to feign interest in anything else in their lives, wondering how they ever went through an entire...
The Highest Luxury: Reading Ranciere and the Beauty of Forgetting

The Highest Luxury: Reading Ranciere and the Beauty of Forgetting

    The Highest Luxury: Reading Ranciere and the Beauty of Forgetting Jarret Middleton The Weeklings     Beauty is defined by indeterminacy and the absence of expressivity. —   Jacques Ranciere, Aisthesis
Talking with Andre Dubus III on Dirty Love and the Sacred Relationship Between Reader and Book

Talking with Andre Dubus III on Dirty Love and the Sacred Relationship Between Reader and Book

Interview by Jarret Middleton Read the full interview at Shelf Awareness Shelf Awareness Friday, October 8th, 2013   Andre Dubus III is touring the country for his newest book, Dirty Love (Norton), a collection of linked novellas whose characters fight with the darker side of love and the very possible realization of their deepest fears....
Vol. 1 Brooklyn: Talking H.P. Lovecraft and "The Natural Dissolution of Fleeting-Improvised Men" with Gabriel Blackwell

Vol. 1 Brooklyn: Talking H.P. Lovecraft and “The Natural Dissolution of Fleeting-Improvised Men” with Gabriel Blackwell

Vol. 1 Brooklyn Talking H.P. Lovecraft and “The Natural Dissolution of Fleeting-Improvised Men” with Gabriel Blackwell By Jarret Middleton Read the full interview at Vol. 1 Brooklyn Gabriel Blackwell has been productive as hell lately, lurking under the radar of most readers as a fully able, hyper-intelligent chronicler of darkly imagined fictions. His newest release,...
Deleuze on Difference at The Weeklings

Deleuze on Difference at The Weeklings

The Highest Luxury: Deleuze on Difference and Attaining the Status of a Sign Jarret Middleton Wednesday, October 2, 2013 Read the full article at The Weeklings   Difference does not lie between things and simulacra, models and copies. Things are simulacra themselves, simulacra are the superior forms, and the difficulty facing everything is to become...
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