In our afternoon reading: an interview with Ann and Jeff VanderMeer, reviews of books by Rodrigo Rey Rosa and Keith Buckley, and more.
What does the month of July have to offer? Fireworks, rising temperatures, and an increased likelihood of humidity. In terms of books, the outlook is better: everything from debut fiction to reissues of cult novels, along with eagerly awaited books from some of our longtime favorites. Whether you’re headed to the beach or holing up inside with the air conditioning, this month’s new books offer plenty to delight and impress you.
Morning Bites: Team Dresch, Terese Svoboda Interviewed, Yan Lianke, Revisiting Vasily Grossman, and More
In our morning reading: an interview with Team Dresch, Peter Rock and Leni Zumas in conversation, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Hanif Abdurraqib Interviewed, Thomas Pynchon, National Book Award Nominees, Sharon Van Etten, and More
In our afternoon reading: interviews with Hanif Abdurraqib and Sharon Van Etten, reading this year’s National Book Award nominees, and more.
In our afternoon reading: thoughts on the writing of Leonard Cohen, an interview with D. Foy, and more.
19, 16, and 1 by Jaime Fountaine A week after I finally paid down my credit card debt, two of my teeth broke. I had made a pact with my mouth when I got this job, my first with benefits, that if I could just pay off my student loan and the debt I amassed in the worst 13 months of my life first, I would go to the dentist for real this time. My life has been built on […]
Afternoon Bites: Perfume Genius Interviewed, Jaime Fountaine Fiction, Jeff Jackson’s Latest, and More
In our afternoon reading: chatting with Perfume Genius, new writing from Jaime Fountaine and Oliver Zarandi, and more.