Lemon Hound 3.0

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Last Friday Dance Break

Last Friday Dance Break

Vol. 9 Contents

Vol. 9 Contents

DEAREST READER, With the dog days just beyond the horizon, we are getting sirius and heating up our own brand of caniculārēs: introducing a new slate of content so bright you’re gonna want to wear shades! Volume 9 features poetry by Laura Broadbent and Rachael Katz to name only a couple; interviews with Erín Moure and Chus...
In Conversation: Buckley, Kerouac, Yablonsky & Sanders

In Conversation: Buckley, Kerouac, Yablonsky & Sanders

Firing Line with William F. Buckley, 1968 Guests: Jack Kerouac, Lewis Yablonsky, and Ed Sanders transcribed by Jason Grimmer A 1968 episode of William F. Buckley's Firing Line, featuring a drunken Jack Kerouac, the Fug's Ed Sanders and a clueless academic, Lewis Yablonsky, discussing the "Hippie" movement. BUCKLEY: The topic tonight is the hippies. An...
Entretien: Pierre Dumayet et Michèle Bernstein

Entretien: Pierre Dumayet et Michèle Bernstein

Entretien entre Pierre Dumayet et Michèle Berstein au sujet de Tous les chevaux du roi. Source: YouTube Durée : 8 min 9 sec. Pierre Dumayet (PD): C’est un premier roman. C’est un livre très brillant, très narquois. On ne voit pas pourquoi il n’aurait pas de succès, je lui en souhaite. Il a tout pour plaire ou...
In Conversation: Pierre Dumayet & Michèle Bernstein (English)

In Conversation: Pierre Dumayet & Michèle Bernstein (English)

Pierre Dumayet in Conversation with Michèle Bernstein on All the King's Horses Source: YouTube Duration: 8 min 9 sec. Pierre Dumayet (PD): This is a first novel. This is a brilliant book, very sardonic. I can’t see why it wouldn’t be successful; at least I hope it will be. It has everything or almost everything to...

Synapse: Guillaume Morrissette

[soundcloud url="http://api.soundcloud.com/tracks/11402637" params="" width=" 100%" height="166" iframe="true" /] the last time I saw you I was so angry at the most unnegotiable parts of yourself that I thought “black hole lobbed around twice‟. my thoughts were distorted, this is how angry I was. it felt like I meant the anger and was afraid to lose...
Lisa Robertson & Catriona Strang

Lisa Robertson & Catriona Strang

Here, we find an archival gem that illuminates the pinnacle of an exceptional moment for women's writing in Canada, in Vancouver in particular. Here, in the thrum of the Giantess (a chapbook series I am trying hard to bring to you) at the birth of Debbie, of Debbie: An Epic, in a moment of Raddle...

Friday Dance Break: Gangam Wha?

Friday Dance Break: Janelle Monáe

Reciting Poetry at 101

Reciting Poetry at 101

from the Office for Soft Architecture’s Department of Appliance Lore, meet Bel.
Chris Kraus: On The Matter of Grad School

Chris Kraus: On The Matter of Grad School

Throughout my 20s I lived in New York and never once thought about applying to grad school. Grad school, at the time, seemed to be for people who were not really intending to become artists. I knew all the artists. I even studied with some. But the tuition--sometimes cash money, more often intangible--never passed through...
Friday Dance Break: A Private Dancer

Friday Dance Break: A Private Dancer

Why don't more people dance alone, on the subway, in the street? I keep waiting for someone to catch me at this because I am shameless...I don't care where I am if I need to dance, I need to dance. Hope you get your groove on. Happy Thanksgiving and Happy new volume of Lemon Hound....