Megan Levad

Megan Levad is the author of Why We Live in the Dark Ages and What Have I to Say to You. Her poems have appeared in Tin House, Granta Online, and the fashion magazine AnOther, among other publications. Megan also writes song lyrics; her first opera, Kept, premiered in May 2017. She lives in California.

An Introduction to Elsbeth Pancrazi by Megan Levad

  Elsbeth Pancrazi’s first book, Full Body Pleasure Suit, creates a defamiliarizing near-future (or current?) dystopic paradise through which she and the reader might explore, as she says, “how to connect, be present, and be sensual in a virtual world I started to imagine as a possible future.” It’s a […]

“‘I’m going off-book now myself’: A Conversation with John Beer,” curated by Megan Levad

    John Beer is the author of Lucinda (Canarium, 2016) and The Waste Land and Other Poems (Canarium, 2010), and the editor of Poems (1962-1997) by Robert Lax (Wave, 2013). He teaches creative writing at Portland State University. Lucinda, his second full-length book, is a verse novella inspired by […]