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People of the world who care about literature, politics and the influence of both these things in our world today–please read my interview with the ever-intelligent, charismatic and highly educated John Freeman. He’ll set you straight on matters of love, politics and basically what it means to be a human on the planet. Read my

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Because Canadians like me, they also made me a short-list finalist for a poetry prize over at: Don’t Talk To Me About Love.  My poem, “I’m An Expert At Confessions” was the poem they selected. You can read it here.     I’m An Expert At Confessions I’d love to steal one of your brother’s vintage

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The Canadian website, Don’t Talk to Me About Love published two of my poems: “Feedback of Desire” & “I Sent You A Telepathic Message, Did You Get It?” You can discover/read them here.   Feedback of Desire I want to crack an egg on your ass, fix your chipped nail polish, read those poems you

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Earlier this year, Katia Belmadani (filmmaker, photographer and co-creator of the global campaign, One Million Sisters) was visiting me in Los Angeles while doing work for the OMS (One Million Sisters) campaign. During her stay, she told me a great story about this project and why it was important to her. Katia and her sister, Laetitia

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POSTCARDS FROM THE EDGE REVIEWED BY ANGELA STUBBS March 8th, 2010 “Big American Trip addresses our insecurities as artists, lovers, and citizens who lack the ability to understand one another, regardless of which language we speak.” On the surface, Christian Peet’s Big American Trip looks like a simple collection of postcards from a nondescript (“alien”)

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THE RUMPUS INTERVIEW WITH GINA FRANGELLO BY ANGELA STUBBS September 23rd, 2010 Gina Frangello is capable of magic. She’s the kind of person you meet and you know seconds after meeting them, they’re capable of things you’d never be able to accomplish. In Gina’s case, not only do you get this feeling when you meet

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THE SUNDAY RUMPUS INTERVIEW WITH SARAH MANGUSO BY ANGELA STUBBS May 6th, 2012 I have a crush on Sarah Manguso’s brain. This epiphany occurred slowly, over the weeks we spoke about her latest book, The Guardians. Sapiosexual feelings aside, I will admit I’m not easily intimidated by situations or people, but in this instance, I

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An Interview with Heidi Julavits (from the Sunday Rumpus Interview: October 14, 2012) Heidi Julavits has a complicated mind. One only need turn the pages of her latest novel, The Vanishers, to find an eclectic mix of characters that occupy a very intricate, emotional labyrinth. The intersection of the surreal and unknown offers readers unique