Stories, Essays, Interviews
Podcast: Meeting Your Muse With Debra Jo Immergut — An episode of The Inside Flap, a weekly book podcast with hosts Laura and Dave Medicus, July 2020
Video: Interabang Author Chat with Debra Jo Immergut — interview with critic and bookseller Lori Feathers of Interabang Books , July 2020
Making Space in Marriage, Even as the Walls Close In — Modern Love essay in the New York Times, May 2020
Afternoon and After — essay in Narrative, excerpted from the anthology Strange Attractors: Lives Changed by Chance (Univ of Massachusetts Press), March 2019
The Music of The Captives: An Annotated Playlist — Large Hearted Boy, June 2018
Iggy, Summer — short story in Narrative, June 2018
To Cause a Deep Stirring: The Millions Interview — with short-story writer Scott Karambis, The Millions, June 2018
Interview with Novelist Edie Meidav — The Rumpus, June 2018
Thrillers in Disguise: 10 Essential Literary Novels That Taught Me to Write Suspense — essay in CrimeReads, June 2018
Video: CSPAN Book TV appearance — filmed at 2018 Texas Book Festival, a conversation about the US criminal justice system
Audio: NPR New England Public Radio interview — with NEPR’s Karen Brown
As a design and arts journalist, Debra Jo Immergut has written for the Wall Street Journal, the Boston Globe, Dwell, New York magazine, and others.
She’s done lots of other things too…mom, fast food ranchhand, soda jerk, teacher at military bases, libraries and prisons. She also co-authored an award-winning sewing book for Storey Publishing, called Improv Sewing.