Archive for March, 2012

Three Cubic Feet

March 25, 2012 | Comments Closed

Three Cubic Feet is available as an ebook and in paperback! Buy it here! 

Read what UK writers D.D. Johnstone and Tyler Keevil say about the book here.

Jodee Stanley, editor of Ninth Letter, blurbed about my book for the 2013 Pygmalion Lit Fest: “One of the best things about Lania Knight’s debut novel Three Cubic Feet is how movingly and accurately she portrays the experience of being young and uncertain and trying to find your way in the constricting environment of the conservative Heartland. Her protagonist is a gay teenager … More »


March 24, 2012 | Comments Closed

Lania’s Writing:

A personal essay about taking up with anarchists in Missouri in Litro

Her second book, Remnant, a dystopian novel set in the American Midwest after an agricultural collapse

A chapter from her book Remnant in audio. Thanks, Vermont Studio Center! 

Her first book, Three Cubic Feet, a coming-of-age novel set in Missouri, shortlisted for the Lambda Literary Award in Debut Fiction

A personal essay about daughters and names and living in the UK in Literary Mama

A poem (page 67) in Deluge Journal

A short story about an American poet living in China in Short … More »


March 23, 2012 | Comments Closed

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March 20, 2012 | Comments Closed

Remnant, my second book, is available online!

Three Cubic Feet , my first book, is available online!

I’ve moved to the UK! Read about it in an interview with my new students and a post by my new colleagues at University of Gloucestershire.


22nd November 2018: reading at UoG Graduation Tea

22nd April 2018: reading at Cheltenham Poetry Festival, Cheltenham, UK.

12th April 2018: UK Launch of Remnant at St Andrews Church, Cheltenham, UK.

8th March 2018: Cheltenham Poetry Festival Taster at Bottle of Sauce in Cheltenham, UK.

23rd-25th March … More »