By Sam Kahn
FEB 2022 | Theater
Georg Büchner was a rising star in Germanys 19th century literary scene. A prolific and thought-provoking writer, he was a counterculturalist whose life was cut short; he died at age 23. Two centuries later, writer Sam Kahn explores Büchners impact, and how he may be the missing link in the history of theater.
By Lauren Russell
JUNE 2021 | Poetry
Lauren Russell is the author of Descent (Tarpaulin Sky Press, 2020), winner of the Poetry Society of America’s 2021 Annie Rabinowitz Award, and What’s Hanging on the Hush (Ahsahta Press, 2017). She was a 2017 NEA fellow in poetry and is an assistant professor in the Residential College in the Arts and Humanities and director of the RCAH Center for Poetry at Michigan State University. Russell wrote an earlier draft of this sequence at a residency at Passa Porta, International House of Literature, in 2019. “I got stuck in the pipe” was originally published in Passa Porta’s magazine.