In our afternoon reading: thoughts on books by Mohsin Hamid and Daniel Woodrell, fiction by Kashana Cauley, and more.
March looks like a particularly promising month for new books. There are exciting literary debuts, the latest books from a host of writers we admire tremendously, incisive and format-defying works of prose, and a lot more. These are books that will leave you floored, will leave you impressed with what prose can do, that will take you to new places or shine a new light on places you thought you knew. Here’s a look at some of the titles that […]
In our afternoon reading: interviews with Mohsin Hamid and Teju Cole, talking music with Sadie Dupuis, and more.
In our afternoon reading: interviews with Mohsin Hamid and Constance Ann Fitzgerald, an excerpt from Colin Dickey’s new book, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Mohsin Hamid, David Cronenberg Interviewed, Ben Lerner and Silence, Prince in the 1980s, and More
In our Monday afternoon reading: notes on books by Mohsin Hamid, Kathy Acker, and Ben Lerner; thoughts on listening to Prince in the 1980s; an interview with David Cronenberg; and more.
Morning Bites: Kazuo Ishiguro’s Latest, Magda Szabó, Paula Bomer and Elisa Albert, Halle Butler on Writing, and More
This Monday morning, we’re reading about Kazuo Ishiguro’s new novel, Megan Stielstra’s thoughts on the Chicago mayoral race, a Halle Butler writing exercise, Paula Bomer’s interview with Elisa Albert, and more.
February’s on us now, and the notable books due out this month are a wide-ranging group. There’s surreal fiction, including the first new collection from Kelly Link in several years; memoirs by two key figures in New York City’s music scene; astute takes on politics and literature from a writer who’s called cities on three continents home; and much more.
Afternoon Bites: Jazz Age Lexicon, New Scott McClanahan Writing, Mogwai Whiskey, Akhil Sharma Interviewed, and More
This afternoon: a pair of books on Jazz Age culture, a profile of artist and musician Lonnie Holley, Mogwai have a whiskey, new writing from Scott McClanahan, and more.