In our morning reading: revisiting Angela Carter, an interview with José Olivarez, and more.
2018 brought with it a lot of great poetry. Some revisited older forms or older stories to create something vital and new, while others took bold risks with language in order to illuminate aspects of the present sociopolitical condition. Whether they were causing us to rethink the quotidian or leading us to unexpected places, here are some of our favorite examples of verse that emerged this year.
Weekend Bites: Jonathan Lethem, Roberto Saviano’s Latest, José Olivarez, Warren Zevon Revisited, and More
In our weekend reading: an interview with Jonathan Lethem, Julie Buntin on new books by Nico Walker and Lisa Locascio, and much more.
Afternoon Bites: José Olivarez Interviewed, Haruki Murakami, sam sax Poetry, Proust and Art, and More
In our afternoon reading: interviews with José Olivarez and Haruki Murakami, poetry by sam sax, and more.