SELECTED INTERVIEWS AND PROFILES
“Shock Me If You Can,” by Jenny Schuessler, interviewed for feature article in the New York Times, September 14, 2012.
“Culture Shock,” AM radio in 11 cities, hosted by Barry Lynn, July 28, 2012.
“Sightlines,” interview in Art in America, January 2012.
“To the Best of Our Knowledge,” host Doug Gordon, Wisconsin Public Radio/Public Radio Int’l. October 10, 2011.
The Poetry Society of America, featured interview (with Anthony McCann), at www.poetrysociety.org, October 2011.
“The Sunday Conversation: Maggie Nelson,” by Irene Lacher. Los Angeles Times profile/interview, August 7, 2011.
“Bookworm,” KCRW/National Public Radio, hosted by Michael Silverblatt, September 22, 2011.
“Inquiry,” WICN New England, hosted by Mark Lynch. Recorded August 2011; second session October 2011.
“Newstalk 106-108 FM” (Dublin, Ireland), hosted by Sean Moncrieff, August 10, 2011.
“The Fragment as a Unit of Prose Composition,” interview in Continent magazine, September 2011.
“True Blue,” interview with Susie DeFord. Bomb online, October 2009.
“Interview,” by Kimberly Young, Chapparal Magazine, at http://www.chapparel.com, June 2009.
“Viewpoint,” by Annie Buckley. ArtWeek, May 2008.
“Poets Café,” KPFK/Pacifica Radio, Los Angeles, CA. March 2008.
“Bookworm,” KCRW/National Public Radio, hosted by Michael Silverblatt. Los Angeles, CA, February 2008.
“Full Nelson,” by Annie Buckley. Artforum Diary, http://www.artforum.com, February 22, 2008.
“Writers Revealed,” live podcast, hosted by Felicia Sullivan. Los Angeles, CA, May 2007.
“The heart of a poet, a memoir about murder,” by Tessa Ruddy. The Daily Iowan, April 2, 2007.
“Living Writers,” WCBN-FM/National Public Radio. Ann Arbor, MI. March 28, 2007.
“The Frank Beckmann Show,” WJR-AM Radio. Detroit, MI, March 2007.
“Interview,” by Amy Benfer. Metromix New York, March 2007.
“LA-Lit,” live podcast, hosted by Mathew Timmons. Los Angeles, CA, March 11, 2007.
“Interview,” by Jane Carr. Small Spiral Notebook, http://www.smallspiralnotebook.com, Spring 2007.
“A true story without a narrative: relating the past in Maggie Nelson’s Jane: A Murder and The Red Parts: A Memoir,” by Marta Bladek. Presented at “The 20th Century and the Weight of History Conference,” Columbia University, April 4, 2008.
“Conversations about Creativity.” http://www.cecilvortex.com, February 2007.
“Tackling Murder the Lesbian Way,” by Laura K. Cucullo, Curve magazine, March 2006.
“Maggie Nelson & Wayne Koestenbaum in Conversation.” The Poetry Project Newsletter, April/May 2006.
“Crime beat: A poet reinvents the true-crime potboiler — and finds herself featured on ‘48 Hours,’” by Christopher Dreher. Boston Globe, November 20, 2005.
“Haunted by Murder, Niece Writes Book,” by Liz Cobbs. Ann Arbor News, August 4, 2005.
“Deadly Ride,” 48 Hours Mystery, CBS TV. First airing November 25, 2005; many subsequent airings since.
“Here Comes Everybody: Writers on Writing.”www.herecomeseverybody.com, February 2005.
“Find the Poetry Within You.” Feature in Cosmogirl!, April 2002.
Review of The Art of Cruelty by Eva Aldea, Times Higher Education (UK), March 1, 2012.
Review of The Art of Cruelty by Raymond McDaniel, Michigan Quarterly Review, Winter 2012.
Review of The Art of Cruelty by Patrick Langley, Times Literary Supplement (UK), November 23, 2011.
“Pushing the Limits,” by Laura Kipnis, front cover review of The Art of Cruelty, Sunday New York Times Book Review, July 17, 2011.
“The Art of Pain,” rev. of The Art of Cruelty, by Susie Linfield, The New Republic, August 3, 2011.
“Oh Cruel, Cruel World: Pondering ‘Art’ and Sadism,” rev. of The Art of Cruelty, by Rachel Syme, National Public Radio Books, August 3, 2011.
“Our love-hate thing with violence in art,” rev. of The Art of Cruelty, by Troy Jollimore, Boston Globe, July 24, 2011.
“Suffering for their Work,” rev. of The Art of Cruelty, by Carolyn Kellogg, Los Angeles Times, Sunday, July 24, 2011.
“Book Review Roundup: The Art of Cruelty and Things You Need to Know about Steig Larsson,” Huffington Post, July 11, 2011.
“Maggie Nelson’s The Art of Cruelty Is Hard to Ponder,” by Karen R. Long, The Cleveland Plain Dealer, August 14, 2011.
“The Shock of the Cruel,” rev. of The Art of Cruelty, by Alan Wolfe, Slate.com, July 11, 2011.
“Beautiful Monsters,” rev. of The Art of Cruelty, by Parul Sehgal. Bookforum, Summer 2011.
Buffalo News, “Editor’s Choice,” rev. of The Art of Cruelty by Jeff Simon, July 17, 2011.
Rev. of The Art of Cruelty, by Thomas Larson. The Rumpus, July 2011.
Rev. of The Art of Cruelty, the Midwest Book Review, September 2011. (“Art and Literature Pick.”)
Rev. of The Art of Cruelty, The Post and Courier, Charleston, NC, by Michael Nelson. August 21, 2011.
Rev. of The Art of Cruelty, Publisher’s Weekly, April 4, 2011.
“The Lookout: Bluets,” by Alex Gallo-Brown. Bunker Hill: The Magazine for Downtown LA, April 2010.
“From Out of the Blue,” rev. of Bluets, by Alexandra Bush. Venus Zine, Issue #41, April 2010.
Rev. of Bluets, by Ray McDaniel. Constant Critic, April 2010.
Rev. of Bluets, by Gina Myers. Bookslut, Issue 92, January 2010.
“The Last Book I Loved: Bluets,” by Peter Rock. The Rumpus, December 2009.
Rev. of Bluets, by Jeffrey Cyphers Wright. The Brooklyn Rail, December 2009.
Rev. of Bluets, by Catherine Lacey. Time Out New York, Dec. 17-30, 2009.
Rev. of Bluets, by Susie DeFord. Bomb Magazine (online), October 2009.
“Words as Amulets,” rev. of Women, the New York School, and Other True Abstractions, by Ange Mlinko. London Review of Books, Dec. 2009.
Rev. of Women, the New York School . . . by Brian Reed. American Literature, September 2008.
Rev. of Women, the New York School . . . by Marjorie Welish. Bookforum, Summer 2008.
Rev. of Women, the New York School, and Other True Abstractions, by Suzanne Wise, Modern Painters, February 2008.
Rev. of Something Bright, Then Holes, by Jeffrey Cyphers Wright. The Brooklyn Rail, February 2008.
Rev. of Women, the New York School . . . by Beatrice Smigasiewicz. Feminist Review, December 31, 2007.
Rev. of Women, the New York School . . . by Margaret Lane. Midwest Book Review, March 2008.
“The Academy of the Future is Opening Its Doors: Women Poets and the New York School,” by Andrew Epstein, Jacket #35, www.jacket.com, Spring 2008.
“Bleak Waters: The Gowanus Canal inspires some poetry in Maggie Nelson’s latest,” by Alan Gilbert. The Village Voice, October 9, 2007.
Rev. of The Red Parts, by Mikita Brottman. “PopMatters,” http://www.popmatters.com, September 4, 2007.
“A Death in the Family,” by Eve Conant. The New York Times Book Review, April 1, 2007.
“The Red Parts,” by Michael Miller. Time Out New York, March 2007.
Rev. of Jane: A Murder, by Kim Jensen. The Baltimore Review, 2006.
Rev. of Jane: A Murder, by Jane Carr. Small Spiral Notebook, Vol. IV Issue 4, Spring 2006.
Rev. of Jane: A Murder, by Thurston Moore & Byron Coley. Arthur magazine #17, Spring 2005.
“Jane: A Murder,” by Amanda Davidson. San Francisco Bay Guardian, March 2005.
“Mind Over Murder,” by Robert Polito. Bookforum, February/March 2005.
“See Jane Die,” by Skyla Dawn Luckey. Jackson Free Press May 12, 2005.
Rev. of Jane: A Murder by Rochelle Ratner. American Book Review, Vol. 27, #1, November/December 2005.
Rev. of Jane: A Murder, “Movies and Books.” Jane Magazine, April 2005.
“Jane: A Murder,” by Arlene Germain. Midwest Book Review, May 2005.
“Narrative and Crime,” rev. of Jane: A Murder, by Raymond McDaniel. Michigan Quarterly Review, Spring 2005.
Rev. of The Latest Winter. Jordan Davis, The Constant Critic, http://www.constantcritic.com, April 5, 2004.
Rev. of Shiner. David Gunton, Jacket #19, http://www.jacketmagazine.com, October 2002.