the museum of americana

a literary review

The Museum Hits Downtown LA for AWP 16 and a Reading at Wolf & Crane Bar

  This year’s AWP conference in Los Angeles was the museum’s first, and we kicked it off with an offsite reading co-presented with our friends at Midwestern Gothic. Hosted by … Continue reading

April 8, 2016

the museum of americana at the AWP Conference

the museum of americana travels to AWP next week, and we’d love to connect with you there! Be sure to join us at Wolf & Crane Bar for A Midwestern Americana Reading hosted … Continue reading

March 28, 2016

Q & A With Issue 9 Contributor Nick Fox

In our continuing Q & A series, the museum of americana caught up with Nick Fox to chat about travel, his childhood reading habits, and how photography, memory, and the … Continue reading

March 28, 2016

A Midwestern Americana Reading

Saturday,  April 2, 7-8:30 pm Join the museum of americana and Midwestern Gothic at #AWP16 for a free offsite event at Wolf & Crane Bar in downtown L.A.! Our featured readers … Continue reading

March 25, 2016

Q & A With Issue 9 Contributor Christine Fadden

In our continuing Q & A series, the museum of americana caught up with Christine Fadden to chat about girls’ softball, the eighties, and her future plans for her novel, … Continue reading

March 21, 2016

Q & A With Issue 9 Contributor Todd Day

In this second in our Prose Q & A series for Issue Nine, contributor Todd Day offers insight into how his father, the novel Montana 1984, and an obituary yielded … Continue reading

March 14, 2016

Q & A With Issue 9 Contributor Caitlin Palmer

In the first of a series of Q & A’s with our Issue Nine prose contributors, Caitlin Palmer weighs in on memory, her writing process, and the aspects of setting … Continue reading

March 8, 2016