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Literary Arts
Clouds and Billboards and Other Things That Change: A Review of Rebecca Lindenberg’s "The Logan Notebooks"

Clouds and Billboards and Other Things That Change: A Review of Rebecca Lindenberg’s “The Logan Notebooks”

Reviewed by Nathan Robison The classic thought experiment, The Ship of Theseus, questions the physical fundamentals of identity. Does a ship that has each of its pieces replaced, the experiment goes, remain the same ship? At what point has the old ship been lost and something new created? This question has been known to keep...

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Moth Wings and Starlight: Danielle Dubrasky's "Ruin and Light"

Moth Wings and Starlight: Danielle Dubrasky’s “Ruin and Light”

Reviewed by Jennifer Tonge   Danielle Beazer Dubrasky’s new chapbook collection, Ruin and Light (The Anabiosis Press), begins in sleep and dreaming, and the shape-shifting lines of its lovely first poem, previously published in 15 Bytes’ Sunday Blog Read, contain in microcosm the themes, motifs, and movements of everything that follows—and prompt questions that will follow...

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SUNDAY BLOG READ: Alex Caldiero

SUNDAY BLOG READ: Alex Caldiero

SUNDAY BLOG READ is your glimpse into the working minds and hearts of Utah’s literary writers. Each month, 15 Bytes offers works-in-progress and / or recently published work by some of the state’s most celebrated and promising writers of fiction, poetry, literary non-fiction and memoir. Today, 15 Bytes features Orem-based Alex Caldiero, performance poet and “sonosopher,”...

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SUNDAY BLOG READ: Stephen Carter

SUNDAY BLOG READ: Stephen Carter

SUNDAY BLOG READ is your glimpse into the working minds and hearts of Utah’s literary writers. Each month, 15 Bytes offers works-in-progress and / or recently published work by some of the state’s most celebrated and promising writers of fiction, poetry, literary non-fiction and memoir. Today, 15 Bytes features Salt Lake City-based essayist, comics writer and editor...

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There is a Hunger: The Relentless Jeff Metcalf

There is a Hunger: The Relentless Jeff Metcalf

Jeff Metcalf is fresh off a trip to Bermuda when we sit down for an interview in mid-May. He is tanned and claims to have put on a few extra pounds from “island drinks and island food.” He has also just returned from an appointment at Huntsman Cancer Institute where he received some good news...

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Three Ways of Reading Tim Erickson's "Egopolis"

Three Ways of Reading Tim Erickson’s “Egopolis”

  Egopolis (Otis Books | Seismicity Editions, 2015) by Tim Erickson $12.95 80 pp     Reviewed by C. Wade Bentley Tim Erickson’s new book of poetry, Egopolis, is not about to greet you at the door with a plate of cookies when you come knocking. There’ll be no sitting on the sofa while the poet...

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"Vivarium" and "Pale Harvest," Winners of the 15 Bytes Book Award

“Vivarium” and “Pale Harvest,” Winners of the 15 Bytes Book Award

15 Bytes and its publisher Artists of Utah congratulate Natasha Sajé for her poetry collection “Vivarium” (Tupelo Press) and Braden Hepner for his debut novel “Pale Harvest” (Torrey House Press),  winners of this year’s 15 Bytes Book Awards. Currently in its third year, the 15 Bytes Book Awards is an annual program to celebrate the...

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SUNDAY BLOG READ: Jacqueline Osherow

SUNDAY BLOG READ: Jacqueline Osherow

SUNDAY BLOG READ is your glimpse into the working minds and hearts of Utah’s literary writers. Each month, 15 Bytes offers works-in-progress and / or recently published work by some of the state’s most celebrated and promising writers of fiction, poetry, literary non-fiction and memoir. Today, 15 Bytes features Salt Lake City-based writer Jacqueline Osherow...

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God Hates Robots: Opening exhibition of a gallery 15 years in the making

God Hates Robots: Opening exhibition of a gallery 15 years in the making

Back at the turn of the millennium, Shon Taylor and Ray Chiles were looking to make something out of the technologies then evolving all around them. They could see how the advent of the computer was creating a new approach to graphic arts, but so could a whole lot of aspiring artists, so they knew...

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A Death in the Family: Carys Bray's A Song for Issy Bradley

A Death in the Family: Carys Bray’s A Song for Issy Bradley

There’s a moment in A Song for Issy Bradley, Carys Bray’s luminous first novel (and 15 Bytes Book Award finalist this year), when a teenage Mormon girl named Zippy is asked at a party she’s not supposed to be at, “[I]f you weren’t already a member, would you join the Church?” This is not only...

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15 Bytes Book Awards: Poetry Finalists Announced

15 Bytes Book Awards: Poetry Finalists Announced

Currently in its third year, the 15 Bytes Book Awards is an annual program to celebrate the best Utah books in Fiction, Poetry and Art. This year’s nominees for the 15 Bytes Book Awards are juried by members of the 15 Bytes staff and guest judges. In May, we will be announcing the winners, who...

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15 Bytes Book Awards: Fiction Finalists Announced

15 Bytes Book Awards: Fiction Finalists Announced

Currently in its third year, the 15 Bytes Book Awards is an annual program to celebrate the best Utah books in Fiction, Poetry and Art. This year’s nominees for the 15 Bytes Book Awards are juried by members of the 15 Bytes staff and guest judges. In May, we will be announcing the winners who...

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