Congratulations to Montague Kobbé on the world premiere of the onstage adaptation of his collection Tales of Bed Sheets and Departure Lounges!
Tag: The Night of the Rambler
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It was all because of the squeal of the windshield wiper. Not the rumbling racket it made as it stammered back along the pane. No, that wasn’t so bad. But the squeal on the way down—shrill, insistent, bleak. Who could stand that shit? . . .
Montague Kobbé discusses how readers from various backgrounds have different interpretations of his debut novel, The Night of the Rambler.
Two weeks ago, managing editor Johanna Ingalls participated as a panelist at the Anguilla Lit Fest in the Lower Antilles and came back smitten with the fair.
On Monday morning I woke up to the beat of electronic music drumming in the living room like it were Saturday. Or at least Thursday. I slipped into my jeans, half angered, half asleep, and walked outside looking more for an explanation than a fight. Except for my flatmate, the room was deserted, the subwoofer booming. His head bobbled from side to side like a serpent making its way up a tree, his left hand twitched not so much nervously as involuntarily, and he shuffled from one foot to the other as if he had been standing for a long time . . .
Montague Kobbé discusses the influence of Earl Lovelace’s work on his creation of The Night of the Rambler.
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