Morning Bites: Mira Gonzalez Interviewed, Blake Butler’s Latest, Meg Wolitzer, Sun Ra Reissues, and More


Proceeding, consciousness may be nothing more than chaos our brain has developed some instrument to contain; if so, Butler, pursuant to his purpose, has forced that mechanism to fail.A look at Blake Butler’s 300,000,000 at the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

Mira Gonzalez was interviewed at Impose.

At Pitchfork, Andy Beta reviewed Sun Ra’s newly-reissued In the Orbit of Ra.

Bethanne Patrick interviewed Meg Wolitzer about her new novel Belzhar.

Feel like hearing Matthew Klam read a Charles D’Ambrosio story? The New Yorker has you covered.

A miniseries version of Edith Wharton’s The Custom of the Country is in the works.

A review of Ronna Wineberg’s novel of Jazz Age Chicago, On Bittersweet Place.

At NPR, Doug Mosurock on the new album from Meatbodies.

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