Morning Bites: Brooklyn In Paris, Robin Sloan, Chekhov On The L.E.S., Bram Stoker’s Birthday, Puffins, And More

Bram Stoker was born on this day 165 years ago. It gives us an excuse to post the above picture of Gary Oldman as Dracula, and also direct you to this piece in the Irish Times about the Stoker Google doodle.

Claire Vaye Watkins revels that she’s a “putter-inner” in an interview with PopMatters.

They’re going to be talking Chekhov at the New Museum on November 18th.

Robin Sloan talks to The Millions.

An American from Brooklyn goes to Pitchfork Fest in Paris and feels like he’s back home.

The “quintessential Englishness” of Leslie Howard.

Bringing Puffins back to the US.

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