Afternoon Bites: “Station Eleven” and Genre, IMPAC Literary Award Nominees, DC Punk Archives, Charles Mingus, and More


The New Yorker looks at Station Eleven and the ongoing debate over genre and fiction.

The IMPAC Dublin Literary Award nominees have been announced.

Pitchfork has a piece up on Sohrab Habibion’s new video archive, DC 85.

Melissa Febos has a new essay up at VIDA.

A look at Charles Mingus’s method of toilet-training one’s cat.

Still Single has a review up of the new Positive No single.

At Paste, Tobias Carroll wrote about Maya Neyestani’s An Iranian Metamorphosis.

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