Our Essay Daily Salon Series hosts intimate conversations with writers we love, pitched at writers in or out of creative writing programs, loosely aimed toward shop talk around the essay.
Our first one, Talking Back to Books, was 08.31.20, featuring Kim Adrian, author of The Twenty-Seventh Letter of the Alphabet: a Memoir, Sock (Object Lessons series), and Dear Knausgaard, and editor of Shell Game: Writers Play with Borrowed Forms and Stephanie Reents, author of I Meant to Kill Ye and The Kissing List.
We published this expanded transcript of our conversation here if you missed it.
Our second salon, The Polymorphous Essay, featured Bethany Maile, author of Anything Will Be Easy After This and Sarah Minor, author of Bright Archive, in conversation with Ander Monson. It took place 10.30.20, and is archived here.