Morning Bites: Carmen Laforet Revisited, Jason Molina, Literary Suburbs, Tola Rotimi Abraham, and More

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At Public Books, looking back on Carmen Laforet’s disquieting novel Nada.

No More Deaths is doing important work on the US/Mexico border.

Pitchfork reviewed Jason Molina’s posthumous album Eight Gates.

At MEL Magazine, thoughts on Jason Diamond’s The Sprawl. The Cleveland Review of Books also delved into The Sprawl.

Bookmunch reviewed Tola Rotimi Abraham’s novel Black Sunday.

The New Yorker considered Charlie Kaufman’s new novel and his work on film.

John Scalzi wrote about the science fiction canon, and whether it matters.

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