Afternoon Bites: Deborah Eisenberg, New Glenn Ganges, Mission Chinese, and more

The guys behind Mission Chinese have a book deal with Anthony Bourdain and Ecco, and they can basically do whatever they want, for all he cares. A new Deborah Eisenberg short story at The New York Review of Books. Lifestyle voyeurism available immediately at By Way of Brooklyn. Daniel Alarcón talks Spanish-language radio with The Rumpus. Oh my God, nothing could not make our Fridays better than new Glenn Ganges. Kevin Huizenga is over at The Paris Review Daily. Follow […]

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Morning Bites: Eisenberg And Shawn, Finding @Horse_ebooks, Writing Desks, The Clean On The Road, And More

“I want to be her when I grow up.” – Hanging out with Deborah Eisenberg and Wallace Shawn at the Center For Fiction. Feast your eyes on the desks (and bed) that contributors to The Millions write on. Tracking down the greatest Twitter spambot there is, @Horse_eBooks. Now’s the time to restate Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman. The Clean is touring with Times New Viking.  This is glorious news. Aaron Gilbreath on finding antique bottles in the desert. Follow Vol. 1 Brooklyn on Twitter, Facebook, Google + and […]

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Morning Bites: We Know Who Dear Sugar Is, Jeremy Lin Magical Realism, Tintin Returns, And More

“Book designer and metal type master Russell Maret has begun a fundraising campaign on Kickstarterto try to raise $25,000 to have Micah Currier engrave and cast a new proprietary metal type family at the Dale Guild Type Foundry.” – Via Imprint. Sugar is revealed!  Sally Errico at The New Yorker talks to Cheryl Strayed about being the mysterious advice giver on The Rumpus. Deborah Eisenberg and Wallace Shawn read Gregor von Rezzori’s An Ermine in Czernopol at the Center for Fiction on February 22nd. […]

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