Monthly Archives: October 2015

Interview with Poet Benjamin Goluboff

Allen Ginsberg’s Penis has been wildly popular for Issue 4 of FTLR, so we sat down with Poet Ben Goluboff and asked him why. Benjamin Goluboff teaches English at Lake Forest College. Aside from a modest list of scholarly publications, he has … Continue reading

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Old Dominion Lit Fest 38 Wrap-up

Old Dominion’s 38th Literary Festival closed Thursday evening with a reading from author Edwidge Danticat. The bestselling Haitian American author left the crowd speechless with her incredible narrative. It was an amazing end to an amazing week of readings by … Continue reading

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Old Dominion University 38th Literary Festival

Old Dominion University’s 38th Literary Festival kicked off with ODU alumnae January Gill O’Neil. The Salem State Professor read from her books Misery Islands, Underlife, as well as new work, as she captivated the audience with a blend of heart … Continue reading

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Interview with Author Adam Rose

Adam Rose’s piece “Dividers” has been one of the more popular pieces in Issue 4 of the magazine. We thought our readers would enjoy getting the inside scoop on Adam. Adam Rose writes and teaches in Los Angeles. He has … Continue reading

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