Afternoon Bites: Muriel Spark on the Radio, David Bazan Interviewed, Rachel Khong Nonfiction, and More

At the BBC just in time for the holidays, a new recording of a Muriel Spark ghost story.

Maris Kreizman makes the case against year-end lists.

There’s new nonfiction by Rachel Khong at Hazlitt.

Vox explored how Instagram has been helpful to a myriad of indie bookstores.

Jessica Hopper interviewed David Bazan at The Creative Independent.

At Vulture, Sean T. Collins on why you should be watching Channel Zero.

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