In our afternoon reading: nonfiction by Karin Tidbeck, reviews of books by Erika T. Wurth and Patrick Nathan, and more.
Morning Bites: Erika T. Wurth’s Latest, Tim O’Brien and Marlon James, Ruth Awad Interviewed, Tatiana Ryckman, and More
In our morning reading: a review of Erika T. Wurth’s new collection, an interview with Ruth Awad, and much more.
Afternoon Bites: Jesús Carrasco, Gabino Iglesias Fiction, Erika T. Wurth, David Burr Gerrard’s Playlist, and More
In our afternoon reading: an excerpt from Jesús Carrasco’s novel, fiction by Gabino Iglesias, a playlist by David Burr Gerrard, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Erika T. Wurth’s Latest, Nicole Chung Nonfiction, Oscar Wilde-Inspired Art, and More
In our afternoon reading: thoughts on Erika T. Wurth’s new collection, nonfiction by Nicole Chung, Oscar Wilde-inspired art, and more.
Erika T. Wurth’s new collection Buckskin Cocaine brings the reader into the disparate lives of a host of characters working in the film industry. Questions of art, identity, and commerce collide, and the overlapping structure heightens the tensions of a close-knit creative community. It’s a smart, knowing work of fiction that memorably evokes the ways in which creative lives can collide for good and for ill. I talked with Wurth about the genesis of this book, her column at ROAR, […]
In our afternoon reading: new writing from Erika T. Wurth and Julia Dixon Evans, Rhys Chatham interviewed about Tony Conrad, and more.
Well, it’s June. Coffee season has given way to iced coffee season. Perhaps you’re infusing iced teas with strange and vibrant herbs and flavors, or breaking your air conditioner out of storage; perhaps you’re going through your closet in search of the perfect literary tote bag for your beach reads. Perhaps not. Hopefully you’ve left some space for books due out this month, as this one’s looking like a particularly notable one for new books. It includes the latest from […]