In our afternoon reading: poetry by Daniel Saldaña París, nonfiction by Chris L. Terry, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Bryan Washington, Sarah Davachi Interviewed, Lisa Robertson, Daniel Saldaña París Excerpted, and More
In our afternoon reading: Bryan Washington wrote about food, an excerpt from Daniel Saldaña París’s new novel, and more.
Vol.1 Brooklyn’s October 2020 Book Preview
And it’s October, home of colder weather, heated political talk, and a growing number of Halloween decorations. Awards season shortlists are growing; so too are lists of seasonally-appropriate scary books. (We’ve got a few of those here as well.) So here’s a look at some of the October books that have caught our attention.
Weekend Bites: Colson Whitehead, Margaret Atwood and Kelly Sue DeConnick Conversed, Tommy Pico, and More
In our weekend reading: thoughts on the writings of Colson Whitehead and Tommy Pico, an interview with Daniel Saldaña París, and more.
Morning Bites: Amber Sparks, Morgan Parker Interviewed, Fall Book Preview, Alan Vega’s Legacy, and More
In our morning reading: interviews with Amber Sparks and Morgan Parker, a preview of fall books, and more.
Mid-Year 2016: The Year’s Best Fiction (So Far)
Putting together this list of standout fiction published so far this year wasn’t an easy task, mostly because it could just as easily have been twice as long. It’s been a very good year for fiction, whether your tastes head more towards classical storytelling, or narrative innovation, or incisive societal observations. What follows is a list of some of the books published in the first half of 2016 that have impressed us the most.
Afternoon Bites: Daniel Saldaña París Fiction, Kathleen Alcott, Tig Notaro on Books, The Empty Bottle, and More
In our afternoon reading: new writing from Daniel Saldaña París and Kathleen Alcott, Jason Diamond on The Empty Bottle, and more.
Vol.1 Brooklyn’s June 2016 Book Preview
June 2016 brings with it a host of eagerly anticipated books–everything from a history of the great Chicago space The Empty Bottle to new novels by longtime Vol.1 Brooklyn favorites Alexis M. Smith and Gabriel Blackwell. June also brings with it candid memoirs, debut novels, cosmic horror, and fictional takes on everything from South Africa’s recent history to the planet’s future. Here’s a look at some of the books that have caught our eye for the month to come.