Morning Bites: Nadine Gordimer, Writers and Social Media, Cold Beat on San Francisco, Bill Hillman Interviewed, and More


Nadine Gordimer died earlier this week at the age of 90. Vox has suggestions for stories of hers to read, and Flavorwire looked at her life in the context of the writer as activist.

Julia Fierro on social media, writing, and anxiety.

Patrick Wensink talked with Bill Hillman about the latter being gored by a bull.

The Times looks at the influence of D & D on a number of writers.

Jason Diamond has a review up of Scott Cheshire’s High as the Horses’ Bridles, which is also Approval Matrix-approved.

At Wondering Sound: talking Cold Beat and the future of San Francisco with Hannah Lew.

Chicago has some nice things to say about the fine indie press Curbside Splendor.

Noel Murray on The Congress, which takes inspiration from a Stanislaw Lem novel.

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