In our morning reading: reviews of books by Nicola Griffith and Helen DeWitt, revisiting Donald Hall’s work with an eye to place, and more.
With the year drawing to a close, we wanted to spotlight a (somewhat arbitrary) number of books due out next year that we’re excited about. It includes the latest books from writers whose work we’ve long enjoyed to debuts to forthcoming tomes that are utterly unexpected. There’s more to come in this vein–in about ten days, we’ll be publishing our January book preview, which will include a lot more books we’re excited about for the first month of the year. […]
Afternoon Bites: Helen DeWitt Interviewed, Adrian Van Young, Inside Europa Editions, SJ Watson, and More
In our afternoon reading: interviews with Helen DeWitt and Adrian Van Young, new nonfiction by Eve Ewing, and more.
In our morning reading: an interview with Helen Phillips, Richard Hell talks film, Daniel Ralston on the fake Zombies, and more.
Thoughts on books from Atticus Lish and Helen DeWitt, new fiction from Amelia Gray, scenes from a book on NYHC, and more.
Morning Bites: Helen DeWitt’s Library, Zines Get Literary, Revisiting Didion, “Man Alive” Reviewed, and More
In our Monday morning reading: Helen DeWitt discusses her library, Play It As It Lays is revisited, Robert Wyatt is interviewed, and more.
An excerpt from Alejandro Jodorowsky’s forthcoming book, new writing from Helen DeWitt and Zachary Lipez, Rosie Schaap on apertifs, notes on Pulp’s movie, and more.
Morning Bites: Etgar Keret holiday card, Pushkin’s restaurant, Kate Christensen blogs about food, DeWitt’s response, and more
A restaurant named after one of Pushkin’s characters opens up in the West Village. Maybe Kate Christensen can check it out and write it up for her new food blog? Etgar Keret writes a Christmas card for Electric Literature. Jennifer Egan and books on mini farming: A.N. Devers year in reading at The Millions. Willa Paskin at Vulture points us to Helen DeWitt’s blog for her response to Michael H. Miller’s Observer profile on the Lightning Rods author. Julie Klausner talks to Popcandy. […]