Post: TIME Longlisted for the 2020 PEN America Literary Awards!
TIME, written by Etel Adnan & translated by Sarah Riggs, has been longlisted for the 2020 PEN America Literary Awards! Click here to read the full list!
Post: The Language of Alisoun: In Conversation with Caroline Bergvall
“The pleasure that people feel about that character, Alisoun, the Wife of Bath, is tied in with her voice, the way she speaks and fights, she just marches on with […]
Post: Looking Back On Our Interns, Summer 2019!
Our interns make the Nightboat world go ’round! Each Fall, Spring, and Summer we host interns who are interested in learning about the independent publishing world in a hands-on, intellectually […]
Post: HULL: An Interview With Xandria Phillips
Someone recently asked me about contemporary queer poets that I would recommend—a considerably hefty question to ask a person, since there are just so many great queer folks truly spearheading […]
Post: We Both Laughed in Pleasure: An Interview With Zach Ozma & Ellis Martin
The product of years of research and collaboration, We Both Laughed In Pleasure: The Selected Diaries of Lou Sullivan is the first ever collection of journal entries from the late trans […]
Post: SPEECH: Jill Magi on Method
Abu Dhabi-based poet and artist Jill Magi furnishes SPEECH, her new book-length poem published earlier this month, with layered textures of language, subject, and object, calling at the delineations of […]
Post: Doomstead Days Longlisted for the National Book Awards!
Congratulations to Brian Teare! Earlier this week, The New Yorker announced that Doomstead Days is included in the longlist for the 2019 National Book Awards! Read the full list here!
Post: Tour Dates! A Little More Red Sun on the Human
We’re thrilled to share that Gillian Conoley is going on the road! She will be touring through the fall and into the spring in support of her newest book, A […]
Post: SLINGSHOT: An Interview With Cyrée Jarelle Johnson
At times serrated, at others textured like a bruise, Cyrée Jarelle Johnson’s debut collection SLINGSHOT is resolute in its driving heat while still maintaining Johnson’s sense of humor. The latter of […]
Post: Summer Reading List: Borders
With mass ICE raids of major U.S. cities promised by an ever-intensifying racist administration, major protests at the nations detention centers after reports of astonishingly inhumane conditions and newly […]
Post: Andrew Durbin Remembering Kevin Killian (1952-2019)
Last month, the poetry community lost a dear friend and comrade, an important voice and mentor, with the passing of Kevin Killian, novelist, poet, editor, and reviewer. Killian, along with […]