In our morning reading: an interview with Nate Lippens, writers on humor, and more.
Vol. 1 Brooklyn’s August 2021 Book Preview
Well, it’s August. As you might expect, we have some recommended books for you this month. They don’t have a lot in common; if we were to choose a theme, we might point to an abundance of notable short story collections in this month’s recommendations, but again, these are a relatively wide-ranging bunch. But that also seems like par for the course right now: you might want to read something thought-provoking or you might want to read something escapist. Either way, we have you covered.
Afternoon Bites: Melissa Broder on Writing, Jeremy Robert Johnson Reissued, Brian Evenson on Gene Wolfe, and More
In our afternoon reading: an interview with Melissa Broder, new writing by Brian Evenson, and more.
Weekend Bites: R. O. Kwon, Sam Byers’s Latest, Marie NDiaye, Melissa Broder’s Novel, and More
In our weekend reading: new nonfiction by R. O. Kwon, thoughts on Melissa Broder’s new novel, and more.
Morning Bites: Kazuo Ishiguro, Ana Galvañ on Comics, Alison Cotton, Melissa Broder Interviewed, and More
In our morning reading: thoughts on Kazuo Ishiguro’s new novel, interviews with Melissa Broder and Alison Cotton, and more.
Afternoon Bites: George Saunders Interviewed, Melissa Broder, Massive Attack Revisited, Gemma Files, and More
In our afternoon reading: interviews with George Saunders and Melissa Broder, musical recommendations from His Name Is Alive, and more.
Morning Bites: Megan Giddings, Literary Seattle, His Name Is Alive, Melissa Broder’s Latest, and More
In our morning reading: thoughts on books by Megan Giddings and Melissa Broder, exploring His Name Is Alive’s archives, and more.
Vol. 1 Brooklyn’s February 2021 Book Preview
It is quite snowy in our corner of the world right now. Remember winter? Winter apparently did. We’d say that it’s the perfect time to curl up with a book, but you’ve probably figured that out on your own. This month brings new books from a number of our favorite writers, along with some highly anticipated debuts and a few books capable of transporting you to an entirely new time and place. Here are some of our favorites.