Morning Bites: “South Toward Home,” Lynette Damico and Nathan Poole, Jabberjaw’s History, Gerald Murnane, and More


Here’s an excerpt from Margaret Eby’s South Toward Home, which was also reviewed at The Oxford American.

At Granta, a number of writers (including Mohsin Hamid, Rebecca Solnit, and Lauren Elkin) contributed writings on refugees, borders, and human rights.

Sarah McCarry’s “On Totems” is very much worth your time.

Lynette Damico and Nathan Poole conversed at Full Stop.

3:AM has issued a new call for submissions.

BOMB has new fiction from Sunday Stories alumnus Menachem Kaiser.

A new book looks back at the history of LA venue Jabberjaw.

Talking with Gerald Murnane about his new memoir.

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