the museum of americana

a literary review

Interview With Lee Martin

Issue Three contributor Kevin McKelvey interviews Midwestern writer Lee Martin. ~  ~  ~ Lee Martin’s novels, short stories, memoirs, and essays are infused with local history, geography, and culture, mostly … Continue reading

March 14, 2014

museum of americana on Quiddity’s Radio Program

Check it out: part two of Quiddity‘s radio program entitled “Finding Place in Placelessness,” recorded in conjunction with the museum of americana’s Midwest issue, is now live. In this segment, … Continue reading

March 8, 2014

Monica Berlin and Chad Simpson on the Midwest @ Quiddity

Friends, we’re excited to point you in the direction of Quiddity for the first part our Midwest-themed collaboration: a discussion with Issue Five contributor Monica Berlin and one of the … Continue reading

February 9, 2014

Interview With Issue Three Contributor Robert Iulo

Issue Three’s nonfiction includes Robert Iulo’s essay on growing up in the parish of Old Saint Patrick’s in New York’s Little Italy. The essay, part history and part memoir, reveals … Continue reading

October 13, 2013

Tokyo Burning Interview with Tony Barnstone

Reviews/Interviews Editor Ann Beman interviews poet Tony Barnstone about Tokyo Burning, the music CD based on Tongue of War—Barnstone’s book of poems that perceives World War II in the Pacific from … Continue reading

August 24, 2013

Contributor News from Fred McGavran

Fred McGavran, whose “The Art of Bloodletting” is a highlight of Issue Three, writes to share some good news about recent publications: “Recycled Glass” appeared in January 2013 in Rougarou at “Insight” was published in … Continue reading

August 5, 2013

Interview with Hobble Creek Almanac Author Justin Evans

Editor Justin Hamm talks to Justin Evans about his collection Hobble Creek Almanac, which traces the history of one small town in Utah from its Mormon settlement to Evans’s own … Continue reading

August 5, 2013