Weekend Bites: James Joyce’s Last, Graveyard Statues, Yoram Kaniuk, A Catherine Lacey Story, And More

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“one day I will be a writer too” – Yoram Kaniuk in a letter to Nicole Krauss. Kaniuk passed away on June 8th, Krauss included the letter in her obit for the Israeli writer.

You ready for what is claimed to be “almost certainly the last undiscovered title by James Joyce”? A small Irish press will be publishing ten short pieces by the author.

Are you read for Bloomsday? 

There’s a Catherine Lacey story you should read up at BOMB.

The beauty of graveyard statues.

Ploughshares gives some praise to Julia Escoria’s “The Other Kind of Magic.”

Think of this as the Yeezus chapter from the Kanye West reader that’s in progress.

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