District 798: Whose Story Is It? — A Show of New Work Inspired by China’s Xiong Collective
December 07, 2017
WriteGirl Has My Heart: A Conversation with Keren Taylor
Dinah Lenney talks to Keren Taylor, the founder and executive director of WriteGirl.
I Could Not Even Trust My Own Mind: Dinah Lenney Interviews JoeAnn Hart
Dinah Lenney speaks to JoeAnn Hart, author of “Stamford ’76: A True Story of Murder, Corruption, Race, and Feminism in the 1970s.”
The Problem of the Now: A Conversation with Sally Ashton
Dinah Lenney talks to Sally Ashton about her new book, "The Behaviour of Clocks."
“The Natural Next Step”: Dinah Lenney Interviews Wendy Willis
Dinah Lenney talks to writer Wendy Willis about her just-published collection of wide-ranging essays, "These Are Strange Times, My Dear."
Once Upon a Time in Los Angeles: Kathryn Harrison’s “On Sunset”
Dinah Lenney journeys through “On Sunset,” a new memoir by Kathryn Harrison.
A Cry in the Dark: Dinah Lenney Interviews David L. Ulin
Dinah Lenney talks to David L. Ulin about reading today, literary anonymity, and his recently reissued book, "The Lost Art of Reading."
A Longer Reach: Thanksgiving 2016
A dream must always be bigger than the person or the people.” —The New York Times, November 28, 1968 In the
Mirror, Mirror, on the Wall
Restless Books asks three writers to look in the mirror and say what they see.
Here Comes Everything!
Dinah Lenney and Arne De Boever ask the editors of Object Lessons about its conception and ongoing life.
Into the Wild
"H Is for Hawk" deals with falconry, human interactions with "the wild," personal loss, and grief.
Radio Hour: Female Comedy Writers and Vicious Disequilibrium
Mark Haskell Smith talks about his research into nudism for his new book "Naked at Lunch." Also Betsy Borns, Dinah Lenney, and the crisis in Greece.
Writing Is Key
Dinah Lenney interviews memoirist Abigail Thomas.
"My ideal audience would be every literate person on earth, minus anyone I’m related to or grew up with."
A New Collection of California Prose
"Trying to capture California in one book is like attempting to catch a hurricane in a shot glass."
Cell Phone Diaries
What Emily Post can't tell us: cell phones in the bathroom stall and other conundrums.
Why Genre Matters
The old question of genre just won't go away: Sven Birkerts, Judith Kitchen, Scott Nadelson, David Biespiel, and Dinah Lenney mix it up some more.
What Happens When You Wait
Image: Vincent Van Gogh, Weeping Woman, 1883 HOW TO DO IT. How to write about the things we see, hear, read,
The Ghost of Books: Past, Present, and Future
The Ghost of Books: Past, Future, and Present" is an experiment not in terror and not necessarily Dickensian. We've asked
Be Thou the Voice
Photograph: Face to Face © Kimia Rahgozar Agora Gallery THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN CLASSICAL MUSIC AND JAZZ, said the well-known conductor, is that