In our morning reading: thoughts on James Hannaham’s new book, interviews with Michael J. Seidlinger and Diamanda Galás, and more.
Weekend Bites: Revisiting “Garp,” Jenny Zhang on “Little Women,” Cecelia Watson on Semicolons, Blanck Mass, and More
In our weekend reading: revisiting books by John Irving and Louisa May Alcott, an interview with Cecelia Watson, and more.
Morning Bites: Mary Gaitskill Interviewed, Archestratus Books, Writers Running, Jeremy Robert Johnson, and More
In our morning reading: interviews with Mary Gaitskill and Jeremy Robert Johnson, a look at the works of John Irving, and more.
At Grantland: Downton Abbey vs. The Kardashian’s John Irving, Toni Morrison, and Michael Chabon all have books on The Atlantic’s books to look forward to in 2012 list. Scott McClanahan talks to 3:AM Magazine. On reading Jennifer Egan in Africa. (Not the same as reading Jennifer Egan while listening to “Africa“) Tin House picks their favorite books of 2011. At Salon: Stumbling upon a treasure trove of Yiddish theatre posters. One person isn’t as excited about forthcoming album by The […]
Bites: Get Crazy About Nabokov, Zadie Smith, Tao Lin’s Stuff, John Irving is Worried, New Magnetic Fields, The Beets at a Museum, and More.
Let’s go crazy about Nabokov! On the Media talks to Ron Rosenbaum of Slate about his conflicted feelings over the publication of The Original of Laura. Aleksandar Hemon is sorta against Laura seeing the light of day. Nabokov specimen covers. Lit. Village Voice on Zadie Smith’s collection of essays, Changing My Mind: Occasional Essays. Tao Lin will sell you a bunch of his stuff for a really good price. John Irving is worried about me? I was worried about John […]