Get ethereal with this author (dubbed "the Joyce Carol Oates of Brooklyn" by the Huffington Post) of much blogged-about novels Instant Love, The Kept Man, and her latest The Melting Season, a road odyssey of two women on the run to Las Vegas, where they ponder what to do with a briefcase full of money, then bed celebrity impersonators portraying Paul McCartney and Prince. Attenberg? More like All Thattenberg!
You can follow her exploits daily at her blog.
Nick Curley is a critic and writer from Newton, Massachusetts. His work has appeared in Harper's, The Boston Globe, MLB.com, The Massachusetts Review, and yes, even Pro Wrestling Illustrated. His one-act play The Daft and the Dense premieres at PS122 in Manhattan's East Village this June. Each month his arts and culture blog Slather is read by dozens of people mistaking it for Slate. He lives in Bushwick, Brooklyn.