In our morning reading: new fiction by Richard Chiem, interviews with Gary Lutz and Scott Snyder, and more.
Snow’s on the ground, the winds are chilly, and the holiday season looms. December can be an unexpected month for new books. But there are a host of gems due out in the coming weeks, including a number of great works in translation, some boldly inscribed poetry, and new and unpredictable novels from some of our favorite writers. Here are some December books that caught our eye.
Morning Bites: Gary Lutz, Katharine Coldiron Fiction, Melissa Broder Interviewed, Shea Serrano, and More
In our morning reading: talking with Gary Lutz, Shea Serrano on a literary 2019, and more.
In our weekend reading: interviews with Jac Jemc and Helon Habila, a review of Gary Lutz’s new collection, and more.
Morning Bites: Kate Zambreno, Gary Lutz Interviewed, Sherman Alexie, Mira Jacob on Bodegas, and More
In our morning reading: thoughts on Kate Zambreno’s new book, an interview with Gary Lutz, an excerpt from Sherman Alexie’s memoir, and more.
It’s a new year, and with that new year comes a host of new books. From fiction that might shed a light on ongoing political debates to incisive essays between the relationship between creativity and commerce, there’s something for nearly everyone on our list of books that have gotten our attention for this month. And it’s very likely that you’ll see some of these names pop up again on our anticipated books lists in the year to come–no less that four […]
Afternoon Bites: Mira Jacob Nonfiction, April Ayers Lawson Interviewed, Jac Jemc Fiction, Gary Lutz, and More
In our afternoon reading: new writing from Mira Jacob and Jac Jemc, a look at Kurt Vonnegut’s legacy, and more.
Morning Bites: Francine Prose on “The Night of the Hunter,” Amber Sparks, Samuel R. Delany’s Journals, and More
In our morning reading: new nonfiction from Amber Sparks and Francine Prose, Emma Straub talks books, and more.