Afternoon Bites: Kelby Losack Interviewed, Adapting “Native Son,” Norman Lock on Samuel Beckett, Édouard Louis, and More

At Do Some Damage, Kelby Losack discussed crime fiction and class.

Norman Lock wrote about a Samuel Beckett sentence that he loves.

Hyperallergic explored the look of the new adaptation of Richard Wright’s Native Son.

Michele Filgate discussed her new anthology at The Rumpus.

Chris Forsyth wrote about opening a DIY space in Philadelphia.

At NPR, Martha Anne Toll reviewed Édouard Louis’s Who Killed My Father.

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