In our morning reading: new writing by Julián Herbert and Adrian Van Young, interviews with Molly McGhee and Idra Novey, and more.
Our November book preview includes California travelogues, a thriller that hearkens back to the 1990s, folk horror, and a reconsideration of “Dawson’s Creek.”
Morning Bites: Beverly Glenn-Copeland, Julián Herbert’s Latest, Roxane Gay, Kristopher Jansma Fiction, and More
In our morning reading: talking music with Beverly Glenn-Copeland, new writing from Kristopher Jansma, and mre.
Afternoon Bites: Julián Herbert, David Nutt Interviewed, Hannah Lew, Catherine Lacey Fiction, and More
In our afternoon reading: new writing from Julián Herbert and Catherine Lacey, an interview with David Nutt, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Ondjaki, Anya Yurchyshyn on Memoirs, Julian Hérbert, Meaghan O’Connell Interviewed, and More
In our afternoon reading: discussing the work of Ondjaki, an interview with Meaghan O’Connell, thoughts on the new Frankie Cosmos album, and more.
What does the literary aspect of March 2018 look like? The word expansive comes to mind. New works by longtime favorite writers, incisive cultural histories, and powerful works in translation are all appearing in bookstores this month–an impressive array of books for a wide variety of readers. Here are a few of the titles that we’ll be on the lookout for this month. (All release dates and artwork are subject to change.)
Weekend Bites: Michael Andreasen Fiction, Jeff VanderMeer, Doreen St. Felix Interviewed, Julián Herbert, and More
In our weekend reading: excerpts from new books by Michael Andreasen and Julián Herbert, an interview with Jeff VanderMeer, and more.
Morning Bites: Rachel Lyon, Translating Julián Herbert, Morgan Jerkins, Spacemen 3 Revisited, and More
In our morning reading: interviews with Rachel Lyon and Morgan Jerkins, thoughts on a Spacemen 3 reissue, and more.