Redd’s Interview with Poet Beth Ann Fennelly

Redd’s Interview with Poet Beth Ann Fennelly

“I’ve always been jealous of what musicians have when they play together on stage because writers don’t get that…We had that a little bit with writing this novel.” Beth Ann Fennelly in Crooked Letter Review Series conversation about her and Tom Franklin‘s forthcoming novel, A TILTED WORLD. See the full conversation on the PRAIRIE SCHOONER … Continue reading

Redd’s Review of Richard Lyons’ HOURS OF THE CARDINAL

Redd’s Review of Richard Lyons’ HOURS OF THE CARDINAL

James Madison Redd, in his first effort as editor of the monthly review series, PRAIRIE SCHOONER: BRIEFLY NOTED, reviews a significant book under the radar: Mississippi poet Richard Lyons’ HOURS OF THE CARDINAL. See why you should read this timeless book at the PRAIRIE SCHOONER’S blog.

Redd Named Blog Editor at Prairie Schooner

Redd Named Blog Editor at Prairie Schooner

James Redd is the new editor for the blog at the literary magazine, the Prairie Schooner. Prairie Schooner is an internationally recognized literary magazine publishing stories, essays, and reviews since 1926. It is published in cooperation with the University of Nebraska Press and the Creative Writing Program of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln English Department and is … Continue reading

THE GIFT OF WRITING, A Conversation with OLYMPIA VERNON on air now!

THE GIFT OF WRITING, A Conversation with OLYMPIA VERNON on air now!

Olympia Vernon is author of three critically-acclaimed novels: Eden, Logic, and A Killing in This Town. Vernon’s Eden won the 2004 Richard and Hinda Rosenthal Award from the American Academy of Arts and Letters. A special winter issue of CALLALOO (March 2012) featured an interview with Olympia Vernon, conducted by Charles Rowell, founder, as well … Continue reading