Morning Bites: Percival Everett on Film, Celeste Ng’s Library, Subway Art, and More

"Erasure" cover

At JSTOR Daily, revisiting Percival Everett’s Erasure.

Can quilts fight back against book bans?

At Necessary Fiction, thoughts on Hiromi Kawakami’s Dragon Palace.

Celeste Ng showed the Washington Post her personal library.

At the Portland Press Herald, thoughts on Ann Beattie’s More to Say.

There’s a new essay by Michael Musto at Oldster.

Gothamist has details on an obscure subway art program.

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