Weekend Bites: Premee Mohamed, Andrew Krivak’s Latest, Daniel Kehlmann, Yo La Tengo Revisited, and More

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This Is Horror makes the case for Premee Mohamed’s Beneath the Rising.

There’s new music in the world from Archers of Loaf.

At Slate, thoughts on Andrew Krivak’s The Bear.

Words Without Borders published an excerpt from Chan Ho-Kei’s Second Sister.

At Tor.com, Matthew Keeley reviewed Daniel Kehlmann’s novel Tyll.

Stereogum looked back at 20 years of Yo La Tengo’s And Then Nothing Turned Itself Inside-Out.

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