Post: An Interview With Brian Teare, Author Of Poem Bitten By A Man
Brian Teare’s Poem Bitten By A Man—published today—collages the work of Agnes Martin, Jasper Johns, and others whose work is part of a broader conversation (on art, affect, and all […]
Post: Nightboat’s Curation of the Segue Reading Series this Fall!
We are delighted to announce that Nightboat Books is collaborating with Segue Foundation and curating The Segue Reading Series at Artists Space this Fall! Every Saturday in October and November […]
Post: An Interview With Naima Yael Tokunow, Nightboat’s Inaugural Editorial Fellow
We recently spoke with Nightboat’s inaugural Editorial Fellow, Naima Yael Tokunow, about the creative process of editing, how she found her way to the a/Archive, and what she looks for […]
Post: An Interview with Kimberly Alidio, Author of Teeter
In 2020, Kimberly Alidio published two essays on the Poetry Foundation’s blog that reflected on her relationship to Language poetry, a movement whose avant-garde poetics have been dismissed by some […]
Post: An Interview With Eric Sneathen, Author of Don’t Leave Me This Way
Eric Sneathen’s Don’t Leave Me This Way — published today — takes an expansive look at the AIDS epidemic and its (ongoing) aftermath. The collection is an interrogation of this […]
Post: An Interview With Dior J. Stephens, Author of CRUEL/CRUEL
In March, I arrived too late to hear Dior J. Stephens read from CRUEL/CRUEL at a packed Nightboat event at the Rendezvous in Seattle. So, when the opportunity arrived to […]
Post: An Interview With Brandon Shimoda, Author Of Hydra Medusa
To celebrate the publication of Hydra Medusa, Nightboat spring intern Emily Lu Gao (Em) spoke with Brandon Shimoda about dreamscapes, hybridity, and ghosts. Read more below! Em Gao: Japanese incarceration is […]
Post: An interview with Kevin Holden, author of Pink Noise
Pink Noise is a deciduous forest of miracles 15 years in the making. Even now, holding the book in my hands to write this introduction, I find it still changing, […]
Post: An interview with Kay Gabriel, author of A Queen in Bucks County
I first had the luxury of reading A Queen in Bucks County as a summer intern at Nightboat, sent off to proofread the PDF at a local coffee shop. I […]
Post: A Conversation With Chia-Lun Chang, Author Of Prescribee, And Editor Gia Gonzales!
I recently had the pleasure of sitting down virtually with Chia-Lun Chang to revisit some of our editorial conversations about the unnerving funhouse of American culture, Taiwanese history, and racialized identity […]
Post: An Interview with Notes from The Passenger author, Gillian Conoley!
To commemorate the publication of Notes From The Passenger, Nightboat intern Em/Emily Lu Gao spoke with Gillian Conoley on catastrophe, violence, the ineffable, the piano, “finding bookness,” and bardic journey. Read […]