Morning Bites: Albert Camus at 100, Talking Vollmann, Bechdel Ratings, Stanley Crouch Interviewed, and More


Albert Camus was born 100 years ago today.

Alexander Nazaryan profiled William T. Vollmann for Newsweek.

A number of Swedish film organizations have debuted a Bechdel Test-based ratings system for films.

Roxane Gay’s list of “The Eight Questions Writers Should Ask Themselves” is highly recommended.

Sarah Ungerleider interviewed Stanley Crouch about his new Charlie Parker biography, Kansas City Lightning.

Booksellers respond to Amazon’s proposal that indie bookstores sell Kindles.

The Missouri Review has debuted a new series of interviews focused on writing in prison.

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