Afternoon Bites: Peter Jefferies Reissued, Lisa Hanawalt Interviewed, Dagmara Dominczyk, Justin Pearson, and More


“In these particular stories, Rutherford has written in a sense, a modern history book—timeless depictions of the struggle of survival—and he’s done it with the sort of care we reserve for tragedy victims.” The Rumpus reviews Ethan Rutherford’s The Peripatetic Coffin and Other Stories.

“Think of it, in that sense, as the gnarlier Five Leaves Left.” Brandon Stosuy on the reissued edition of Peter Jefferies’s The Last Great Challenge in a Dull World.

Eric Nelson interviewed Justin Pearson for The Fanzine.

Edward Champion talked with Lisa Hanawalt.

Mark Chusano talks homage at Tin House.

Ken Baumann is interviewed about Boss Fight Books.

Images from the launch party for Dagmara Dominczyk’s The Lullaby of Polish Girls.

The latest album from BELLS≥ (who we interviewed in 2011) is up for pre-order.

Sarah Bennett on Dolly Parton’s literacy nonprofit.

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