Renee Gladman, Amina Cain, Lucy Corin, and Deb Olin Unferth read at a book party to celebrate the release of Renee Gladman's Morelia. Hosted by Solid Objects.
Renee Gladman is a writer and artist preoccupied with lines, crossings, thresholds, and geographies as they emerge in the terrain between drawing and writing. She is the author of eleven published works, including a cycle of novels about the city-state Ravicka and its inhabitants, the Ravickians, as well as Prose Architectures, her first monograph of drawings. One Long Black Sentence, a series of white-ink architectures on black paper, and indexed by the poet Fred Moten, is forthcoming in 2019. She lives and makes work in New England.
Amina Cain is the author, most recently, of the short story collection Creature, and a novel, Indelicacy, which will be published next winter by FSG. Her essays and short stories have appeared in n+1, The Paris Review Daily, BOMB, Full Stop, Vice, the Believer Logger, and other places. She lives in Los Angeles and is a literature contributing editor at BOMB.
Lucy Corin is the author of the short story collections One Hundred Apocalypses and Other Apocalypses and The Entire Predicament as well as a novel, Everyday Psychokillers: A History for Girls. Writings have appeared in places like American Short Fiction, Conjunctions, Harper’s Magazine, Ploughshares, Tin House Magazine, and the most recent New American Stories anthology from Vintage. The Swank Hotel, her second novel, is forthcoming from Graywolf. She lives part of the year in Northern California and part of the year in Asheville, NC.
Deb Olin Unferth is the author of the memoir Revolution: The Year I Fell in Love and Went to Join the War, finalist for the National Book Critics Circle Award; the story collections Minor Robberies and Wait Till You See Me Dance; and the novel Vacation, winner of the Cabell First Novel Award. Her work appears in Harper’s, The Paris Review, McSweeney’s, Tin House, Granta, and elsewhere.