Join us for a week of conversations, performances, and readings curated by the Rail’s section editors.
In this talk
This summer, we are celebrating the sections of the Brooklyn Rail with conversations, performances, and readings curated by our editors. This 2-week YouTube video series offers a view behind the scenes with the editors, artists, and writers that make the publication.
We conclude our series on Friday, July 30 with Fiction editor Maisy Card and author Elias Rodriques for a converastion on Rodriques’s debut novel, All the Water I’ve Seen Is Running.
Check out the other events this week devoted to our sections Dance, Film, Theater, and Poetry. Register below to one, some, or all of these events to receive selected materials for each episode.
Born in Kingston, Jamaica, Elias Rodriques split his young years between Jamaica, New York, and North Florida. His essays have been published in venues like The Guardian and The Nation, and his first novel, All the Water I’ve Seen is Running, was published by Norton in June 2021. He is also an assistant editor at n+1. He currently lives in Philadelphia and will become Assistant Professor of African American Literature at Sarah Lawrence in the fall of 2021. He is currently working on his heelflips.
Writer Maisy Card is the author of the novel These Ghosts are Family, which was shortlisted for The Center For Fiction’s First Novel Prize and is a finalist for the PEN/Hemingway Award for Debut Novel and the Art Seidenbaum Award for First Fiction. Her writing has appeared in The Paris Review Daily, AGNI, New York Times, Guernica, and other publications. Maisy was born in St. Catherine, Jamaica, but was raised in Queens, New York. She currently lives in Newark, NJ.
A conversation with Elias Rodriques and Maisy Card
1 p.m. ET /
10 a.m. PT
How to join
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