An Interview with Sung J. Woo & Dina Brodsky
“There is a brief period of experimentation, to try to figure out the format I want the paintings to have, and after that, it is a matter of doing the patience, and doing approximately the same thing every day until the project begins to take shape.” -Dina Brodsky
“I also find these works by Dina so compelling to write about because they are circular in shape. It’s like I’m a voyeur. I’m not supposed to be here, but here I am…I almost can’t help but to write about it.” -Sung J. Woo
A Sneak Peek at the Slice Literary Writers’ Conference: An Interview with literary agent Monica Odom, by Jackie DiCaro
“No matter the genre or category, it’s not easy to innovate in a hits-driven industry, especially when books are bought and sold on the idea that they are similar to other books that have performed well.”
A Chat With Chris Offutt
In this episode, nonfiction editor Christopher Locke discusses why he nominated Chris Offutt’s essay “At Last, Sex” (Issue 17) for the Pushcart Prize, and then Offutt reads his essay.