In this mini-series I’m joined by my long-time friend, the poet Delia Tramontina for a lively discussion of Djuna Barnes seminal novel Nightwood. 


In Episode 4, since Delia and I struggled to get a handle on Nightwood, we’ve invited Stacey Kohut, a fan of the novel and friend of Delia’s to help us get a better understanding of its charms. 


Stacey Kohut is a higher education administrator, received her MFA in Writing from the University of San Francisco, and is currently a doctoral student at USF's School of Education.  In addition to her utter failure to maintain work/school/life balance, she is managing her addiction to the printed word.  Stacey has contributed to Backwords Blog and has served as a guest curator for Bay Area Generations. 


Delia Tramontina is from Flushing, NY. She earned her MFA in Writing and Poetics from Naropa University's Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics. Her work has appeared in Newtown Literary, Forum, and 1111. Her chapbook CONSTRAINT is available from Dancing Girl Press. For 3.5 years she co-hosted the online show, Poet as Radio, on San Francisco Community Radio. She lives and works in San Francisco.


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