Weekend Bites: K-Ming Chang, Gemma Files Revisited, Alisson Wood, Aoko Matsuda’s Stories, and More

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There’s new nonfiction by K-Ming Chang at Literary Hub.

At the Center for an Urban Future, ideas for helping small businesses in NYC thrive this winter.

Michael J. Seldinger provided a great overview of the uncanny work of Gemma Files.

At Tor.com, thoughts on Aoko Matsuda’s Where the Wild Ladies Are.

Debutiful talked all things literary with Being Lolita author Alisson Wood.

Scott Gould created a playlist for his novel Whereabouts at Largehearted Boy.

You can read a new essay by Donna Hemans at The Millions.

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