“Hopscotch is a novel where the plot constantly disappears from view. Cortázar compensates by offering some of the most memorable incidents in modern fiction.” At the Los Angeles Review of Books, Ted Gioia revisited Julio Cortázar’s pioneering novel Hopscotch.
Scott McClanahan was profiled in Publishers Weekly.
JD Scott wrote about taking part in collaborative art on Governor’s Island.
Gabe Durham of Boss Fight Books talked with Gigantic‘s Lincoln Michel about their respective publishing ventures.
The Airship profiles Community Bookstore’s cat Tiny, who once tried to eat the hand of one of our editors.
You really shouldn’t be an asshole at science fiction conventions.
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