Writer, Editor, Dancer, DJ
in New Orleans
Ann Glaviano is a writer, editor, dancer, DJ, and born-and-raised New Orleanian. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in Slate, Prairie Schooner, Ninth Letter, Fairy Tale Review, The Atlas Review,VIDA’s “Reports from the Field,” Antigravity, and the anthology Please Forward: How Blogging Reconnected New Orleans After Katrina (UNO Press), among others. Her novella, titled Dickbeer, was published as a Kindle Single by Amazon's Day One. She serves as associate fiction editor of the New Orleans Review and copy edits River Teeth, Arcadia, and the LEH publication Louisiana Cultural Vistas. Ann DJs the biweekly HEATWAVE! Dance Party in New Orleans and directs a music-and-dance project called Known Mass. Recent concert dance credits include appearances at the first annual Fall Dance Festival in Ocean Springs, MS, with Tsunami Dance and Known Mass, as well as performances with New Orleans Ballet Theatre. Ann is an alumna of Louisiana State University and the MFA writing program at Ohio State.
Negative Capability Has More Fun
BY ANN GLAVIANO
@ VOL 2
ON NOV 20, 2016
Yes, it's a term from postmodernist literary theory. But Ann Glaviano explains that the concept of negative capability has practical and pleasurable applications for all humans in our day-to-day lives. She talks about getting comfortable with confusion. No knowledge of obscure 'po-mo' references required.