In our morning reading: interviews with Emma Donoghue and Nicholson Baker, a playlist from Laia Jufresa, and more.
From surreal and disquieting fiction to insightful and disarming essays, many of the books we’re most excited about in September are ones we’ve been waiting to see for a long time. Some are the first books by writers whose work we’ve enjoyed for a while; others collect short fiction from people whose longer-form work has already impressed us. Either way, there are a lot of captivating books due out this September; here are some of the books that have gotten […]
Afternoon Bites: Emily Gould Talks Chris Kraus, Guernica Gala, Alex Mar Interviewed, Charles Beaumont, and More
In our afternoon reading: Emily Gould on Chris Kraus, an interview with Alex Mar, book recommendations from Michael Schaub, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Words After War Interviewed, Mish Way, Lydia Millet’s Latest, Notes on “Loitering,” and More
In our afternoon reading: an interview with Brandon Willitts of Words After War, new writing from Mish Way, reviews of new books from Lydia Millet and Charles D’Ambrosio, and more.