Afternoon Bites: Abdulrazak Gurnah on Place, Adam Nevill’s Horror, Notable Translated Books, and More


World Literature Today revisited Abdulrazak Gurnah’s thoughts on place.

At PEN, a report on the alarming state of educational gag orders.

The Comics Journal pondered Peter Milligan’s and Duncan Fegredo’s excellent Enigma.

At The Quietus, thoughts on Adam Nevill’s horror fiction.

Dirt pondered the concept of “useful fiction.”

Words Without Borders selected the best translated books of 2021.

3:AM published an excerpt from Susan Finley’s The Jacques Lacan Foundation.

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