Afternoon Bites: John Freeman, Jerry Stahl Reviewed, Books About Metal, Jonathan Lethem on Julian Hoeber, and More


Talking about John Freeman’s How to Read a Novelist at the Los Angeles Review of Books: “Keeping himself largely out of his pieces, he puts himself in service to writers and their books.”

At The Paris Review, Jonathan Lethem on artist Julian Hoeber.

The Airship has a report on Greenlight’s recent Goodbye to All That event.

Laura Miller wrote about the evolving and expanding language of book reviews.

Bookforum interviewed Mircea Cărtărescu, whose Blinding sounds fantastic.

Brandon Stosuy talked with Bazillion Points publisher Ian Christe.

Jerry Stahl’s new novel Happy Mutant Baby Pills was reviewed at the Forward.

Hanging out at an art hotel in Toronto.

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