In our afternoon reading: an interview with Randa Jarrar, notes on Stereolab’s new record, and more.
Morning Bites: David Hollander, Namwali Serpell Interviewed, Marie NDiaye, Toni Morrison Revisited, and More
In our morning reading: thoughts on David Hollander’s new novel, an interview with Namwali Serpell, and more.
Morning Bites: Nikki Giovanni, Marie NDiaye’s Latest, Kae Tempest, Emmanuel Carrère on Translation, and More
In our morning reading: thought on Nikki Giovanni’s new book, Emmanuel Carrère and Daniel Mendelsohn in conversation, and more.
In our weekend reading: reviews of books by Patti Smith and Marie NDiaye, an interview with Odie Lindsey, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Nate Marshall, Chloe N. Clark’s Collection, Paul Tremblay, Marie NDiaye Fiction, and More
In our afternoon reading: a playlist from Nate Marshall, fiction by Marie NDiaye, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Rion Amilcar Scott, Walter Benjamin Revisited, Marie NDiaye, Daniel Braum Interviewed, and More
In our afternoon reading: Rion Amilcar Scott on great reads, thoughts on books by Walter Benjamin and Marie NDiaye, and more.
Morning Bites: Marie NDiaye, Lincoln Michel Fiction, Chris L. Terry on Punk, Annalee Newitz Interviewed, and More
In our morning reading: thoughts on a novel from Marie NDiaye, interviews with Chris L. Terry and Annalee Newitz, and more.
In an era of increasing medical costs, heated political debates over the nature of healthcare, and financial instability, reading about all things medical can be as unsettling as the most unpredictable of horror stories. There have been a host of acclaimed works of nonfiction dealing with their authors’ experiences with illnesses and the medical system in recent years, including Paul Kalanithi’s When Breath Becomes Air, Joshua Mohr’s Sirens, and Porochista Khakpour’s forthcoming Sick. But numerous recent works of fiction have […]