Morning Bites: Hermione Hoby, Literary Odysseys, Roxane Gay Nonfiction, Natalie Eilbert on Mina Loy, and More


At the Times, Parul Sehgal reviewed Hermione Hoby’s Neon in Daylight.

Martha Anne Toll explored the numerous ways books invoke the concept of an odyssey.

Roxane Gay wrote about the protests of the Miss America pageant fifty years ago.

Triangle House Review has a new story by Larissa Pham.

At Granta, Natalie Eilbert wrote about Mina Loy’s The Lost Lunar Baedeker.

The Rumpus has published three excerpts from the Afterwords series.

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