Interviews| Tarpaulin Sky Magazine

WITH ALL THE ELEGANCE OF CHRIS FARLEY SINCE 2003 | IMAGE: NOAH SATERSTROM

Interviews | Tarpaulin Sky Magazine

WITH ALL THE ELEGANCE OF CHRIS FARLEY SINCE 2003 | IMAGE: NOAH SATERSTROM

“Original Obsessions”: Interview with Steven Dunn

Original Obsessions seeks to discover the origins of writerly curiosity -- the gestation and development of these imaginings -- focusing on early fixations that burrowed into an author's psyche and that reappear in their current book. In this installment, Julia Cohen and Abby Hagler interview Steven Dunn, author of Water and Power

Adam Tedesco interviews Joseph Mosconi

"Most of my writing is fairly research-heavy. Poring through old books and magazines, watching old film clips, attempting to unearth how people spoke or wrote in the past—not just in a literary or theatrical way, but in their everyday lives—the slang and vernacular of subcultural and discrete communities." - Joseph Mosconi

Original Obsessions: “The Grave on the Wall” by Brandon Shimoda

Original Obsessions seeks to discover the origins of writerly curiosity -- the gestation and development of these imaginings -- focusing on early fixations that burrowed into an author's psyche and that reappear in their current book. In this installment, Tarpaulin Sky interviews Brandon Shimoda, author of The Grave on the Wall

Original Obsessions: “Late Morning When the World Burns” by Shamala Gallagher

Original Obsessions seeks to discover the origins of writerly curiosity -- the gestation and development of these imaginings -- focusing on early fixations that burrowed into an author's psyche and that reappear in their current book. In this installment, Tarpaulin Sky interviews Shamala Gallagher, author of Late Morning When the World Burns.

Lance Olsen interviewed by Adam Tedesco

"Lance Olsen is prolific in the field of innovative literature: Having published over twenty volumes of fiction, poetry, essay, and theory, his work is wide ranging while remaining deeply embedded in the intertextual tradition of postmodernism...."

Pauline Oliveros interviewed by Betsey Biggs

"Pauline Oliveros has been described as a musician, a composer, a performer, a philosopher, an educator, an accessibility designer and the godmother of electronic music, and she has been actively making boundary-dissolving music for more than half a century...."

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“Original Obsessions”: Interview with Steven Dunn

Original Obsessions seeks to discover the origins of writerly curiosity -- the gestation and development of these imaginings -- focusing on early fixations that burrowed into an author's psyche and that reappear in their current book. In this installment, Julia Cohen and Abby Hagler interview Steven Dunn, author of Water and Power

Adam Tedesco interviews Joseph Mosconi

"Most of my writing is fairly research-heavy. Poring through old books and magazines, watching old film clips, attempting to unearth how people spoke or wrote in the past—not just in a literary or theatrical way, but in their everyday lives—the slang and vernacular of subcultural and discrete communities." - Joseph Mosconi

Original Obsessions: “The Grave on the Wall” by Brandon Shimoda

Original Obsessions seeks to discover the origins of writerly curiosity -- the gestation and development of these imaginings -- focusing on early fixations that burrowed into an author's psyche and that reappear in their current book. In this installment, Tarpaulin Sky interviews Brandon Shimoda, author of The Grave on the Wall

Original Obsessions: “Late Morning When the World Burns” by Shamala Gallagher

Original Obsessions seeks to discover the origins of writerly curiosity -- the gestation and development of these imaginings -- focusing on early fixations that burrowed into an author's psyche and that reappear in their current book. In this installment, Tarpaulin Sky interviews Shamala Gallagher, author of Late Morning When the World Burns.