Gint Aras Reviews Dragomoshchenko

In my study and enjoyment of literature, I feel I have never found a writer (with the possible exception of Gertrude Stein) who wrote hoping readers would not understand what they were doing. Some of them—Faulkner and James Joyce, for example—place demands on their readers, but they’re not doing it to be incomprehensible.

St. Petersburg Review, the Arte Institut & Dzanc DISQUIET present PIRES, STONE & SOUSA

Jacinto Lucas Pires in his premier and only appearance in New York City reading from his first book translated into English, The True Actor; Laurie Stone, longtime writer for the Village Voice, and a widely published author of fiction and nonfiction reading from her new and published work; and Brian Sousa, reading from his new novel Almost Gone, at the launch of the new issue of St.