Dripsters, thanks once again for your support. Another word about the upcoming issue from the indefatigable Peck:
"The issue also features an excerpt from Stephen Beachy's fifth book, GLORY HOLE, which recalls Bolaño's SAVAGE DETECTIVES and 2666 in its transcendental scope and psychological intensity, while having a distinctly American flavor, and German writer Jenny Erpenbeck's GO, WENT, GO, which has already received praise around the world for its unflinching look at the African refugee crisis through the eyes of a recently widowed Berlin man.
"We also have two new essays written exclusively for Evergreen: Natasha Lennard examines the antifa movement and the need for leftist activists to accept that violence is sometimes necessary to resist fascism, and Chimene Suleyman writes a heart-breaking indictment of the bourgeois greed and callousness that led to the Grenfell fire."
And see you February 28 at Poster House, 119 West 23rd, 7:00 PM! Music by Adjua Ajamu Johnson; readings; drinks; door prizes...can't wait.