In our weekend reading: a conversation with David Peace, new music from Duster, and more.
Afternoon Bites: David Peace, Jonathan Parks-Ramage Interviewed, Catriona Ward, Leonora Carrington Revisited, and More
In our afternoon reading: thoughts on David Peace’s new novel, talking books with Vi Khi Nao, and more.
Vol.1 Brooklyn’s September 2018 Book Preview
Remember autumn? Remember the existence of a season not characterized by overwhelming heat and humidity? We’ve heard whispers that such a season might be on the way, and that signs of it might even be visible this month. Consequently, we have some reading recommendations for the coming month, from new editions of vital speculative fiction to experimental prose to works that explore human relationships. Here’s a look at some books that might be just the thing to read outdoors as […]
Afternoon Bites: William Basinski and Lawrence English, New Prize in Literature, Tessa Hadley on John Updike’s Fiction, and More
In our afternoon reading: news of new music from William Basinski and Lawrence English, an excerpt from David Peace’s new novel, and much more.
Morning Bites: Samuel R. Delany, Elle Nash Nonfiction, Philip K. Dick Award, and More
In our morning reading: revisiting a classic by Samuel R. Delany, new essays by Rahawa Haile and Elle Nash, David Mitchell and David Peace in conversation, and more.
Dennie Wendt on Soccer, the 1970s, and Writing “Hooper’s Revolution”
American soccer in the 1970s was a strange time for the sport. Maybe you’ve seen the documentary Once in a Lifetime, or read David Wangerin’s comprehensive Soccer in a Football World. There was a brief moment when some of soccer’s biggest stars converged on the nascent NASL, and expansion teams popped up around the country. Dennie Wendt’s new novel Hooper’s Revolution is set in a fictionalized version of that scene: protagonist Danny Hooper arrived in the United States to play […]
Weekend Bites: “Moby-Dick” Endures, Mecca Normal, Katherine Dunn on “Thrown,” Nicholas Rombes’s Research, and More
A look at the lasting relevance of Moby-Dick, interviews with Mecca Normal and Evan Osnos, notes on Thrown and GB84, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Jac Jemc’s Latest, Teju Cole, Wayne Kramer’s Jazz Album, David Peace and Soccer, and More
An interview with Teju Cole, thoughts on Jac Jemc’s new collection and David Peace’s Red or Dead, a collection of summer reading lists, and more.