Looking for something new to read this October? There’s a lot that looks impressive this month, including a few books by writers we’ve published here in past years. There’s also formally inventive fiction, thought-provoking explorations of the state of literature, and bold debuts. What’s not to like?
In our morning reading: new writing by Mary Gaitskill, thoughts on Benjamin Percy’s new collection, and more.
In our morning reading: interviews with Mary Gaitskill and Leland Cheuk, poetry from Helen McClory, and more.
In our morning reading: interviews with Paul Tremblay and Kevin Wilson, thoughts on Mary Gaitskill’s new book, and more.
In our morning reading: thoughts on new books by Percival Everett and Catherine Lacey, and much more.
In our afternoon reading: thoughts on Amy Rose Spiegel’s new book, interviews with Mary Gaitskill and Robert Lopez, and more.
In our morning reading: interviews with Mary Gaitskill and Jeremy Robert Johnson, a look at the works of John Irving, and more.
This month looks to be a decidedly interesting month for books. There’s surreal fiction that carves out its own space in which to thrive, reissues of compelling work from the first half of the 20th century, an unexpected look at science fiction favorites, and a return from one of the best nonfiction writers out there. There’s plenty due out this month to capture a reader’s attention. Here are several of the books that have caught our eye for the month […]