In our afternoon reading: interviews with Zinzi Clemmons, Donald Breckenridge, and Claire Messud; thoughts on John Boyne’s novel; and more.
In our morning reading: new writing from Ada Limón, interviews with Jac Jemc and Mensah Demary, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Roxane Gay, Amelia Gray on Isadora Duncan, Juliet Escoria, Donald Breckenridge Interviewed, and More
In our afternoon reading: interviews with Roxane Gay and Juliet Escoria, indie booksellers recommend summer reading.
Weekend Bites: Kristen Radtke Interviewed, Natalie Eilbert Poetry, Eugene Lim and Donald Breckenridge, and More
In our weekend reading: an interview with Kristen Radtke, poetry by Natalie Eilbert, and much more.
We’re huge admirers of the literary work of Eugene Lim–we interviewed him a few years ago around the release of his second novel, The Strangers, and were incredibly happy to hear news of the release of his forthcoming novel Dear Cyborgs on FSG Originals. We’ll be presenting a panel at Greenlight Bookstore in Prospect Lefferts Gardens featuring Lim, Joni Murphy, and Donald Breckenridge; details follow. *** Eugene Lim presents his hotly anticipated novel Dear Cyborgs at Greenlight, accompanied by a […]
Donald Breckenridge has served as the fiction editor of The Brooklyn Rail since 2001. In addition he is the author of several novels, including You Are Here, 6/2/95, This Young Girl Passing, and Rockaway Wherein. His latest invention is the second volume of The Brooklyn Rail Fiction Anthology. This second helping of the Rail‘s fiction section is that rare collection that is joyfully archival: a work which genuinely spans the globe. It is a dusty-fingered, crypt-cracking dossier of stories that conjure laughter, […]