In our weekend reading: exploring Karen Tei Yamashita’s bibliography, interviews with Lauren Elkin and Benjamin Percy, and more.
Morning Bites:Mary Gaitskill on Henry Miller, Benjamin Percy, Lisa Marie Basile Interviewed, Harry Mathews, and More
In our morning reading: new writing by Mary Gaitskill, thoughts on Benjamin Percy’s new collection, and more.
Morning Bites: Leland Cheuk’s Latest, Saud Alsanousi, Benjamin Percy Interviewed, Heather Christle, and More
In our morning reading: excerpts from books by Leland Cheuk and Heather Christle, an interview with Benjamin Percy, and more.
Morning Bites: Roxane Gay Nonfiction, Rachel Lyon Interviewed, Zadie Smith, Laird Barron on Film, and More
In our morning reading: nonfiction by Roxane Gay, interviews with Rachel Lyon and Benjamin Percy, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Joanna Newsom Revisited, Gillian Flynn, D. Foy Interviewed, Brian Blanchfield, and More
In our afternoon reading: Chelsea Hodson wrote about Joanna Newsom, an interview with D. Foy, and much more.
Benjamin Percy’s The Dark Net is a floating signifier obsessed not only with never being nailed down but also with trying to cross-pollinate as many genres and subgenres as possible. At once a mystery narrative, a hardcore horror novel, a science fiction book, and a tale that deconstructs Portland while showing readers the absolute omnipresence of the internet in countries that are on the lucky side of the digital divide, this is the kind of novel that would make almost […]
Morning Bites: Alexandra Kleeman Interviewed, John Edgar Wideman, Downtown Boys, Craft Books, and More
In our morning reading: interviews with Alexandra Kleeman and Downtown Boys, a look at the writings of John Edgar Wideman, and more.
This may be our largest single month book preview. But then again, this October looks like an unusually strong month for books, whether you’re looking for unsettling fiction in translation, incisive cultural histories, or speculative fiction that takes some of our current concerns to their logical ends. And it wouldn’t be October reading without a couple of glimpses into the uncanny as well. Read on for a glimpse of the books that have caught our attention for this month.