Madeleine Cravens
On Resisting Closure, Writing Brooklyn, and Lying

In her debut poetry collection, Cravens observes people, places and things, forming a subjective, lyrical record that speaks to restlessness, daughterhood and desire.

Christian Weissmann
The Divine Self

The American actor turned poet discusses the inspirations and processes behind his stunning debut collection, “Her, Him and I”.

Kevin Morosky
Implementing Wisdom

“Black Women Always”, the new conversational book by Kevin Morosky – a creative discussion on what was and what is to come in life, culture, and creativity.

Simon Reynolds
Tomorrow’s Music Today

Renowned music journalist and author Simon Reynolds releases new book “Futuromania” after eight years, a collection of essays on the music of the future.

Seán Hewitt
The Metamorphoses

Ahead of the publication of his second collection of poetry, the dextrous author and academic reflects on Queer somatic and cultural inheritance.

Anna Biller
The Gothic for the Girls

The cult filmmaker turns her attention to a new medium with her debut novel, “Bluebeard’s Castle”, delivering a fresh expression of the Gothic genre.

Brontez Purnell
Live and Direct

Brontez Purnell, Oakland’s punky, queer poet laureate steps out once more with latest album, “No Jack Swing,” an iridescent offering from a pop genius.

Graeme Armstrong
Everyday hero

The bestselling, award winning author of “The Young Team” discusses realism, representation, and being a student of his own life.

Yomi Adegoke
Moment by moment

From the pages of Vogue to this summer's most eagerly anticipated debut novel, the author talks debate, internet culture, and living up to the hype.

Megan Nolan
Shades of morality

The internationally-bestselling author discusses her brand-new novel “Ordinary Human Failings”, one of this summer’s most highly-anticipated releases.