"And there it is—the bird, the word, the moth, the errant sound, or flying thing that escapes in all these stories, or tries to, or tries desperately to remain suppressed." A new review of Madeline McDonnell's THERE IS SOMETHING INSIDE, IT WANTS TO GET OUT is up at Necessary Fiction:
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Over at the ever-wonderful Bookslut site--and mentioned again at the Harriet Blog--Olivia Cronk interviews Andrea Rexilius about her Rescue Press book, TO BE HUMAN IS TO BE A CONVERSATION, as well as her upcoming book from Letter Machine Editions, HALF OF WHAT THEY CARRIED FLEW AWAY.
Also, congrats to Andrea for appearing on the SPD poetry best-seller list (#27 in July, #9 in May!).
And, thanks to everyone who came out to the Prairie Lights reading last week! We had lots of fun and captured almost all of our first year's authors (along with Skye McNeill, our beautiful cover artist) in one place! (We missed you, Zach...)
Take a peek at this lovely article from the Iowa City Press Citizen about the Rescue Press reading last week, and this beautiful interview in Little Village with Madeline McDonnell in which she discusses humor, music in language, the definition of "mack daddy," and her novel-in-progress. Also, if you're in the Chicago area tonight, go see Andrea Rexilius read from To Be Human Is To Be A Conversation at Myopic Books!
Rescue Press authors Madeline McDonnell and Andrea Rexilius will read from their work at Prairie Lights Bookstore in Iowa City this Thursday. We'd love to see you there!!! http://www.prairielights.com/rescue-press-authors