Fall Poetry PREVIEW: The Relativistic Empire by Samuel Andreyev

An obsessive perfectionist, Samuel Andreyev inhabits several worlds: he writes in English while living in France; he is an internationally known composer, performer, and teacher; and he is an experimental poet who documents words, phrases, and rhetorical devices while staying true to the fundamental tools of classical poetry. This Fall, BookThug is thrilled to present

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A BookThug’s Guide to the Fall Literary Festival Season

The fall book season has arrived, and cities far and wide will soon be abuzz with literary festival fun. Starting this month, BookThugs will be popping up at book festivals and fairs across the country. Following, we’ve compiled this helpful guide to find your local literary event and the BookThugs who’ll be attending. A BOOKTHUG’S GUIDE TO THE FALL 2015 LITERARY

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Fall Poetry PREVIEW: No Work Finished Here: Rewriting Andy Warhol by Liz Worth

When Andy Warhol’s a, A Novel was first published in 1968, The New York Times Book Review declared it “pornographic.” Yet more than four decades later, the book continues to be an essential documentation of Warhol’s seminal Factory scene. And though it offers a Pop Art snapshot of 1960s Manhattan that only Warhol could capture, it remains a

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