“Fantasy is a challenging read because it’s a book that evades coherent description—at one end, it’s thoroughly and seriously essayic and at the other, it’s a surreal farce. But that is partly the book’s point: that nothing in one’s story is perfectly graspable, less of all our memories, those building blocks of our narratives.”
Sidebrow News & Events
Reading at Unnameable Books with Jennifer Firestone
Sidebrow will be at AWP in Portland from March 28-30. Elbow your way through the throngs to pick up some deals on your soon to be favorite Sidebrow titles.
Sidebrow will be participating in the No Fair / Fair at the Bakery Building in Portland on March 29-30. Come check out books from 25 small presses and get yourself a couple of Sidebrow titles for a deal.
Anna Maria Hong and Joanna Howard and Joanna Ruocco will be reading at an AWP off-site event on Thursday, March 28, in Portland at ADX at 7pm, featuring authors from Sidebrow, FC2, Dorothy, and Ellipsis Press.
Reading as part of the San Antonio Book Festival
Book Launch for Age of Glass with Kim Gek Lin Short and Nabil Kashyap as part of Charmed Instruments Reading Series
Brooklyn Poets with Camille Rankine and Paige Taggart
House Party w/ Steven Dunn & tbd
Naropa Summer Writing Program with Danielle Vogel, Julie Carr, & Laird Hunt
“In the procedure of Valley Fever, Bloch destablizes the center of many poems, a formal choice that enhances the tension between context and concepts.”