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T Cooper on Women, Men and Sex in O: The Oprah Magazine (October 2015 issue).
T Cooper spends some time in the studio with up & coming Atlanta rapper Tyler Gartzman, whose new video “Since ’06” features Trinidad James and is produced by 808 Mafia’s Chris Fre$h.
Read the full story on THE RUMPUS.
T Cooper on Women & Men in a special section in Esquire Magazine (April 2015). Check out T’s take on “Crazy Bitch” HERE.
PRX, Public Radio Exchange offers “Separation of Church and Coffee,” T Cooper’s exploration of 21st Century Christianity through the lens of… coffee:
T Cooper & Allison Glock-Cooper at L.A. Times Festival of Books
with CHANGERS BOOK TWO: ORYON
Young Adult Fiction: Writing the Unknown
Sunday, April 19, 2015
10:30 AM on the YA Stage
Presented by The Center for Literature and Theatre @ Miami Dade College.
Thursday, October 9 @ 6PM
Friday, October 10 @12noon
The Sarah Isom Center for Women and Gender Studies lecture: T Cooper at Overby Cener for Southern Journalism and Politics (University of Mississippi College of Liberal Arts, Oxford)
In this new radio segment, T Cooper explores the Christian coffee shop phenomenon in the famously bible-minded city of Knoxville, Tennessee. Stream or download for free on iTunes here:
Poet/journalist Saeed Jones discusses masculinity and T Cooper’s Real Man Adventures on NPR’s All Things Considered.
(Part of an NPR special series on men in America)
LISTEN TO THE STORY HERE.
Check out T Cooper’s portrait in the Transtextuality (Senate Bill 48) series by painter Katie Herzog, which was recently acquired by the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.
The PEN Ten is PEN America’s biweekly interview series (curated by Lauren Cerand).
READ THE FULL INTERVIEW HERE.
Check out The New York Times Book Review on YA novel CHANGERS BOOK ONE: DREW by T Cooper & Allison Glock-Cooper.
There’s still one place on Earth where you can snag an actual LIMITED-EDITION Real Man Adventures CD, featuring 18 songs inspired by various chapters of the book (by artists like Hem, The Julie Ruin, Rick Moody, Dynasty Handbag, Chris Pureka, Scott Miller, Geo Wyeth, Scott McCloud, Katastrophe and more):
217 Avenue A (bet 13th & 14th) in The East Village, New York City
(ask for Ben, Tuesdays-Saturdays)
$25 for the CD and a signed hardcover first edition
$20 for same–if you get a fly haircut ($16)
* You can also DOWNLOAD for FREE half of the songs from the CD over at The Rumpus–but it’s not the whole compilation.