Morning Bites: Ariel Gore, Charles Bradley Remembered, “The Book of Disquiet,” Scott Esposito Interviewed, and More


Ariel Gore assembled a reading list of works of feminist magical realism at Literary Hub.

A film adaptation of Marlon James’s A Brief History of Seven Killings is on the way.

At Pitchfork, remembering the late Charles Bradley.

Electric Literature hosted a discussion of The Book of Disquiet.

Efrén Ordoñez talked all things literary with Scott Esposito.

Delving into the making of the oral history of The Safari Club.

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