In this morning’s reading: an interview with Porochista Khakpour, translations of Beowulf old and new, a review of Francine Prose’s latest, Wole Soyinka on Paris, and more.
Morning Bites: Revisiting James Agee, Antonia Crane, The NYPL’s Future, Oren Ambarchi Interviewed, and More
James Agee’s literary legacy, when good writers use Twitter badly, interviews with Roxana Robinson and Jac Jemc, thoughts on Antonia Crane’s memoir, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Knausgaard and Painting, New Lipsyte Fiction, Mitchell S. Jackson, Linn Ullmann Reviewed, and More
This afternoon: new writing from Mitchell S. Jackson and Sam Lipsyte, Adrian Van Young on Linn Ullmann’s latest, Father John Misty on writing songs and books, and more.
Morning Bites: James Agee’s Letters, Lost Sun Ra Writings, Jonathan Ames & Patrick Stewart, Octavia E. Butler, and More
Delving into the writings of Sun Ra, thoughts on the letters of James Agee, Jonathan Ames returns to television, two unpublished Octavia E. Butler stories are being released, and more.
Morning Bites: Vonnegut on “Jailbird,” Roxane Gay Interviewed, Thee Oh Sees, Body/Head at MoMA, and More
This morning: a vintage Kurt Vonnegut interview, an interview with Roxane Gay, Body/Head plays MoMA, Swans’ Thor Harris talks with Noisey, and more.