In our weekend reading: interviews with Eduardo Halfon and Fatima Ashgar, a playlist from Amina Cain, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Andy Davidson on Nostalgia, Fatimah Asghar Interviewed, Norman Lock’s Playlist, and More
In our afternoon reading: Andy Davidson on nostalgia, a Charles Yu adaptation, and more.
In our afternoon reading: fiction by Kristen Arnett, literary cocktail recipes, and more.
In our morning reading: interviews with Louise Erdrich and Teddy Wayne, a new selection of writing edited by William Boyle, and more.
Morning Bites: Brandon Taylor Interviewed, Andy Davidson, Kristine Ong Muslim Fiction, yMusic, and More
In our morning reading: interviews with Brandon Taylor and Paul Yoon, a review of Andy Davidson’s new novel, and more.
Recently, MCD Books has begun to establish itself as a home for some of today’s most memorable horror fiction. That’s bolstered by the recent publication of Rachel Eve Moulton’s Tinfoil Butterfly and the forthcoming publication of Andy Davidson’s The Boatman’s Daughter. To learn more about the press’s foray into horror, their aesthetic, and their future plans, I spoke with MCD Books Executive Editor Daphne Durham. Our conversation touched on everything from what constitutes literary horror to the legacies of bygone horror imprints, and includes some details of what you can expect from horror at MCD Books in the future.