In our afternoon reading: thoughts on Doireann Ní Ghríofa’s latest book, the case for space horror, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Sarah Gerard’s Essays, Rosie Schaap Nonfiction, Nadja Spiegelman Interviewed, and More
In our afternoon reading: Sarah Gerard’s next book has its cover, an interview with Nadja Spiegelman, thoughts on Colson Whitehead’s new novel, and more.
Morning Bites: Carl Wilson on Elvis Costello, Gregg Turkington Interviewed, Lori Jakiela, World Fantasy Award Winners, and More
In our morning reading: Carl Wilson on Elvis Costello’s memoir, literary advice from Lincoln Michel, Michaelangelo Matos on Bob Dylan, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Marlon James, Elvis Costello Interviewed, Lincoln Michel, “The Shining” on Film, and More
In our afternoon reading: talking with (and celebrating) Marlon James, fiction from Lincoln Michel and Tara Ison, a review of a Sun City Girls reissue, and more.
Bites: New Granta, Blake Butler Talks to Andrew Zornoza, Stephen King Rocks With The Cougar, Speaking Teabag, and More
Granta announced their next issue will be based around “Work”. Over at Bookslut, Blake Butler has a conversation with Andrew Zornoza. Chris Farley is talked about. The new issue of Bookslut also has an interview with Daniel Nester. What do Stephen King, The Cougar, Neko Case, and Elvis Costello have in common? This musical. Learn to speak teabag. The Forward’s Sisterhood blog responds to Katie Roiphe’s article about male writers and sex writing.
Every Friday, we will be bringing you this bite sized guide to things going on that we find interesting for the next seven days to follow. Saturday, November 14th Craig Finn, Tad Kubler of The Hold Steady, and some guy named Chuck Klosterman are doing a 1PM happy hour at Le Poisson Rouge. Ten bucks. Another Hold Steady member (and guy soon to be published on Julius Singer Press), Franz Nicolay plays with one of our favorite bands, The Shondes, […]