In our morning reading: reviews of novels by Henry Hoke and Keith Rosson, Genevieve Plunkett on fiction, and more.
In our morning reading: Lincoln Michel interviewed Henry Hoke, talking music with Oxbow, and more.
It’s June, and we’re in a pensive mood. Sometimes that can mean thinking about questions of nature, society, and isolation; sometimes it means considering questions of art, artistic intent, and how we view ourselves. Here are ten recommendations for the month that cover a wide thematic ground, and might well leave you thinking about the ways you and others interact with the world, both natural and built.
In our afternoon reading: new writing by Henry Hoke, a playlist from Dan Chaon, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Eugen Bacon Interviewed, Henry Hoke’s Recommendations, Catherine Baab-Muguira on Poe, and More
In our afternoon reading: an interview with Eugen Bacon, book suggestions from Henry Hoke, and more.
In our afternoon reading: a review of Henry Hoke’s new book, talking fiction with Monica Byrne, and more.
New year? New books. January marks a strong beginning to what looks like another excellent literary year. You’ve got thought-provoking nonfiction, transportive fiction, and candid and enduring memoir all on the table. If you’re staying close to home due to cold weather or, er, other reasons this month, you’ve got plenty of new reading material to choose from.
In our morning reading: new writing by Henry Hoke, the case for bookstore tourism, and more.