I talked with Ryan Peverly, host of the Occulture podcast about dystopia, ancestral trauma, 96-year-olds clinging to love and life, the links between Berlin and Los Angeles, and the writing of Berlingeles.
Film 14 just released this trailer for Berlingeles:
I will be reading in Tampa, Jacksonville, and Orlando this June. First up is Tampa:
Lectores Reading with Juliana Gray and Stefan Kiesbye
Lectores Juliana Gray’s most recent poetry collection is Honeymoon Palsy (Measure Press 2017). She is also the author of Roleplay (Dream Horse Press 2012, winner of the Orphic Prize and the Eugene Paul Nassar Prize), and The Man Under My Skin (River City Publishing 2005), as well as the chapbook Anne Boleyn’s Sleeve (Winged City Chapbook Press 2013). Stefan Kiesbye’s stories, essays and reviews have appeared in the Wall Street Journal, Publishers Weekly and in the Los Angeles Times. His first book, Next Door Lived a Girl, won the Low Fidelity Press Novella Award, and has been translated into German, Dutch and Spanish. Your House Is on Fire, Your Children All Gone made EW’s Must List and was named one of the best books of 2012 by Slate editor Dan Kois. Type of Event: Lectores. Open to Public: Yes. Price: Free. Contact Name: Lynne Bartis. Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Contact Phone Number: (813) 257-3514. Tuesday, June 19, 2018, 7:30 PM – 8:30 PM. Vaughn Center, 9th Floor. For more info visit www.ut.edu.
Next up is Jacksonville on Monday, June 25th