In our weekend reading: new writing by Leland Cheuk, Sarah Gerard, and Constance Ann Fitzgerald; an interview with Jac Jemc; and more.
Afternoon Bites: Lindsay Hunter Interviewed, Patti Smith on Sam Shepard, Constance Ann Fitzgerald, Alex Segura’s Latest, and More
In our afternoon reading: interviews with Lindsay Hunter and Gabino Iglesias, a new podcast from Damon Krukowski, and more.
Morning Bites: Ocean Vuong Interviewed, Jessie Chaffee, Constance Ann Fitzgerald Nonfiction, Kirsten Bakis, and More
In our morning reading: interviews with Ocean Vuong and Jessie Chaffee, new writing from Constance Ann Fitzgerald, and more.
Morning Bites: Laird Hunt’s Latest, Kristine Ong Muslim, Kate Axelrod Fiction, Constance Ann Fitzgerald, and More
In our morning reading: thoughts on Laird Hunt’s new book, fiction by Kate Axelrod, television’s best villain, and more.
In our morning reading: new writing by Lidia Yuknavitch and Precious Okoyomon, interviews with Sadie Dupuis and Jeremy Robert Johnson, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Mohsin Hamid’s Latest, Constance Ann Fitzgerald, John Freeman Gill Interviewed, Joshua Mohr, and More
In our afternoon reading: exploring Mohsin Hamid’s new novel, an interview with Joshua Mohr, and much more.
Glue, the new book from Constance Ann Fitzgerald, is a hauntingly visceral read. It makes bold use of the second person, and juxtaposes a host of scenes from life even as it raises questions of family, mortality, and the ways in which we damage ourselves. It’s a short book, but it leaves a massive impact. I talked with Fitzgerald via email about how Glue came to be, her work running Ladybox Books, and the ways in which her work has evolved over time.
Afternoon Bites: Sonya Chung Nonfiction, Roxane Gay Interviews Madonna, Constance Ann Fitzgerald, and More
In our afternoon reading: a new essay by Sonya Chung, Roxane Gay’s interview with Madonna, an interview with Constance Ann Fitzgerald, and more.