by David Perry
MAY 2016 | Poetry
David Perry lives in Shanghai where he teaches in the Writing Program at NYU Shanghai. He is the author of one book of poems, Range Finder (Adventures in Poetry), and two chapbooks, Knowledge Follows (Insurance Editions) and New Years (Braincase Books). A new chapbook, Expat Taxes, is forthcoming from French [Concession] Press/Seaweed Salad Editions. He holds an MFA in Literary Translation from the University of Iowa. David blogs sporadically at Pyramid News Scheme and Art Basilisk/明明不白白.
by Madeline Gressel
OCT 2015 | Books
I began reading Elena Ferrante’s so-called “Neapolitan Novels” after a very close friend recommended them to me on the highest possible terms. The friendship that is at the heart of the novels, she told me, reminded her of our own friendship.