Volume 11 of this journal—“The Practice and Pedagogy of Writing at Black Mountain College”—features twelve pages from What Days Are Like When There Are Only Nights, accompanied by an essay on form entitled “The Road: A Shared Plight.”
Chapter 12 of it all melts down to this: a novel in timelines (inspired by the drawings of Dale Williams) will be included in this edition of the anthology. Today I found out who else will appear in the issue.
“it all melts down to this (chapter 12)”–a text inspired the extraordinary drawings of Dale Williams–which originally appeared in The Offbeat, a journal out of Michigan State University, will be included in Best American Experimental Writing 2020 guest edited by Joyelle McSweeney and Carmen Maria Machado (Wesleyan University Press).
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One page of it all melts down to this: a novel in timelines will appear in the first print issue of Inverted Syntax. On the page, this question is posed and answered: “Have you ever hugged a time capsule?”