At the NBCC, Ismail Muhammad delved into Patrick Chamoiseau’s novel Slave Old Man.
William Boyle wrote about the attraction of exploring the lives of mobsters.
Full Stop reviewed Alicia Kopf’s experimental work Brother In Ice.
Fiction Writers Review explored the winding narrative of Joseph Scapellato’s The Made-Up Man.
A memoir is on the way from Michelle Zauner of Japanese Breakfast.
There’s a powerful new essay by Ashley P. Taylor up at Hazlitt.
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