BY JOANNA C. VALENTE
-Melissa Febos was interviewed at Guernica.
-The Rumpus interviewed Eileen Myles.
-Volume 1 Brooklyn published "Run," a piece by Brandon Taylor.
-Entropy's list of February indie releases is out.
-Watch Lynn Melnick read her poems from "A Shadow Map," CCM's anthology on writing by sexual assault survivors.
-Devin Kelly has a poem up at Glass Poetry.
-Body dysmorphia and surgery are explored in this Broadly essay by Stephanie Dubick.
-Letters from women from 1917 pleading for abortion via Broadly.
Joanna C. Valente is a human who lives in Brooklyn, New York, and is the author of Sirs & Madams (Aldrich Press, 2014), The Gods Are Dead (Deadly Chaps Press, 2015), Marys of the Sea (2016, ELJ Publications), & Xenos (2016, Agape Editions) and the editor of “A Shadow Map: An Anthology by Survivors of Sexual Assault” (CCM, 2017). They received their MFA in writing at Sarah Lawrence College. Joanna is also the founder of Yes, Poetry, as well as the managing editor for Luna Luna Magazine and CCM. Some of their writing has appeared in Prelude, The Atlas Review, The Feminist Wire, BUST, Pouch, and elsewhere. They also teach workshops at Brooklyn Poets.