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Saturday, March 28 • 10:00am - 11:15am
Spuyten Duyvil

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Spuyten Duyvil Press, in Brooklyn, N.Y., has, for many years, published important books of innovative writing. In the last eight years, in particular, that publishing has exploded. The press is now going full steam full force full schedule full on with new & new kinds of books. The reviews of Spuyten Duyvil books have been stunning. In 2010, the New York Times named Spuyten Duyvil one of the important cultural institutions in the City. While Spuyten Duyvil has participated in the &NOW bookfair, this will be the first, per se, Spuyten Duyvil reading panel at &NOW. The readers are all, however, active &NOW participants.  This panel, hosted and moderated by Spuyten Duyvil publisher Tod Thilleman, will present five Spuyten Duyvil writers: Rebecca Goodman, Tom LaFarge, Laynie Brown, Joshua Corey, and Martin Nakell. Each will read from recent fiction. 

Moderators
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T Thilleman

Lean-in-to, Spuyten Duyvil
t thilleman is the author of more than a few poetry collections including Three Sea Monsters, Onönyxa & Therseyn (opening book for an extended work, Sketches), Snailhorn (fragments) and the novel Gowanus Canal, Hans Knudsen. His collaborations with j/j hastain are Approximating Diapason, Clef Manifesto, Snag as well as Tongue a Queer Anomaly. His literary essay/memoir, Blasted Tower, was issued from Shakespeare & Co./Toad Suck... Read More →

Speakers
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Laynie Browne

Laynie Browne is the author of ten collections of poetry and two novels. Her most recent book of poems is Lost Parkour Ps(alms), in two editions, French and English. Two collections are forthcoming in 2015 Scorpyn Odes (Kore Press) and P R A C T I C E (SplitLevelTexts). She is a 2014 Pew Fellow. She is currently editing an anthology on the poet's novel. She teaches at U Penn and Swarthmore College
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Joshua Corey

Joshua Corey’s first novel, Beautiful Soul: An American Elegy, was published by Spuyten Duyvil in 2014. He is the author of four collections of poetry, most recently The Barons (Omnidawn Publishing, 2014), and the co-editor, with G.C. Waldrep, of The Arcadia Project: North American Postmodern Pastoral. He lives in Evanston, Illinois and is an associate professor of English at Lake Forest College, where he co-directs Lake Forest College Press... Read More →
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Tom La Farge

Tom La Farge has published two novels and a book of tales. A new novel, The Broken House, is forthcoming from Spuyten Duyvil in 2015. He co-founded the Writhing Society, a weekly salon for constrained writing and has published the first three pamphlets of a constrained-writing manual, 13 Writhing Machines. “Three Writhings” appeared in the &Now Awards 2009. His cut-up chapbook Life and Conversation of Animals was published in 2010. He... Read More →
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Rebecca Goodman

Rebecca Goodman is the author of The Surface of Motion (Green Integer) and Aftersight (Spuyten Duyvil). She teaches Creative Writing at Chapman University.
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Martin Nakell

Winner of a Gertrude Stein Award in Poetry, Martin Nakell has published The Myth of Creation (poetry, Parentheses Writing), Ramon (fiction, Jawbone Press/The National Endowment for the Arts), The Library of Thomas Rivka (fiction, Sun & Moon), Two Fields that Face & Mirror Each Other (fiction, Green Integer), Goings (fiction, Margin-to-Margin), Form (poetry, Spuyten... Read More →
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Nava Renek

Nava Renek is a writer, editor, and educator. She has published two novels, | Spiritland and No Perfect Words and a collection of short stories, Mating in Captivity. She also conceived of and edited Wreckage of Reason: Anthology of XXperimental Prose by Contemporary Women Writers and Wreckage of Reason 2: Back To The Drawing Board. She received her MFA from Brooklyn College/CUNY where she works as a Program Coordinator at the Women's... Read More →


Saturday March 28, 2015 10:00am - 11:15am
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