Kate Zambreno discusses her admiration for Bhanu Kapil and Two Lines Press and shares her frankly awesome reading list in our exclusive interview ahead of her City Lights LIVE appearance on June 30th!
An excerpt from Rachel Kushner's City Lights LIVE conversation with Dana Spiotta in which they discuss writing fiction vs. nonfiction and writing as a conjurer of involuntary memory, among other interesting things!
Laura Raicovich writes to us from her home in New York City about what she's reading and her great bookstore concept ahead of her appearance on City Lights LIVE on June 17th.
Our exclusive interview with Carol Anderson who discusses her favorite authors and more. She's in conversation with Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz on City Lights LIVE discussing her book, The Second, on June 9th!
Chet'la Sebree discusses her weekly Zoom conversations with Dantiel W. Moniz and María Isabel Álvarez, her eclectic music taste, and Bob's Burgers in this exclusive interview before her City Lights LIVE appearance on June 5th.
James Tracy, co-author of No Fascist USA! shares his list of quintessential labor studies books.
Aminatta Forna discusses how her dog has kept her sane during the pandemic, the books she is reading right now, and her bookstore idea for Sierra Leone.
Kate Durbin, author of the new book Hoarders, answers our 5 questions ahead of her City Lights LIVE appearance with Alex Dimitrov on May 6th.
By Garrett Caples It is with much sadness that we note the passing of one of the greatest and most characteristically revolutionary poets associated with our press, Diane di Prima. Diane died on October 25th due to never-resolved complications stemming from a fall...
Alan Hirsch is the author of A Short History of Presidential Election Crises. Interview conducted by Greg Ruggiero, editor at City Lights Publishers. **** In what ways has the 2020 presidential election been unprecedented? The pandemic led to exponentially greater...