Celebrating the better hell of her own making.
A story collection about parenting in a post-apocalyptic world.
A collection of essays about leaving a cult, joining the air force, being homeless, coming out, and finding your way to yourself through words.
Stories that explore pain, obsession, and desire.
Excerpted from the memoir, Negative Space
In this short story, an artist father and his son, an art critic, have a dramatic and telling confrontation at a gallery opening.
“Each time they told me to smile I felt at risk for oblivion, as if it wasn’t me that they were looking at but, rather, some bright reflection of themselves, some aspiration gnarled against their own self-perception.”
A novel about the hyper-ritualistic insularity of elite institutions, the friendships that forge there, and the implosions that await.
Join us as we celebrate Lilly Dancyger’s memoir, Negative Space, Melissa Febos’ essay collection, Girlhood, and Forsyth Harmon’s novel, Justine.
Dystopian futurism for our times.
In her latest book, Girlhood, the essayist examines her own coming of age and finding the words to forge a new self.
The writer on her debut short story collection, making the insentient sensual, the rewards of silence, and developing a mature creative practice.
On writing about assisted suicide, taking time to study the consciousness of mushrooms, and freeing herself from the labor of the sentence.
When spectral voices, across time and place, meet in poetry.