The launch party for Issue 31 of FENCE is at 192 Books in Manhattan on January 28 at 6 pm.
The poem “available memory” is in the current issue of The Cincinnati Review, which also features new work by Wendy Rawlings, Donald Revell, Josh Russell, Melissa Stein, and others. Click here to purchase or subscribe.
“Four Cut Short,” micro-essays inspired by Umberto Saba’s Shortcuts, are in Issue 16 of MAKE, which also features work by Alejandro Zambra, Edith Grossman, Ben Merriman, Julie Carr, and more. Order the issue here.
The poem “Enrique Vila-Matas speaks” and the short story “The Problem” are forthcoming in Issue 31 of FENCE, which also features new work by Marjorie Welish, Mark Levine, Fady Joudah, and more. Subscribe here.
Emily Perry interviews Translation Fellow Kathleen Heil for the NEA Art Works blog.
Kathleen Heil is the recipient of a 2016 NEA Literature Translation Fellowship, to translate stories by Patricio Pron. Click here or here for more information about the National Endowment for the Arts Literary Translation Fellows.
An interview with William Hoffacker on Umberto Saba, crying jags, and curiosity is now up at the Collagist blog.