In our morning reading: thoughts on Edward St. Aubyn’s new novel, recommended horror stories, and much more.
Afternoon Bites: Carmen Maria Machado’s Recommendations, Laurent Binet, Nick Antosca Interviewed, and More
In our afternoon reading: story recommendations by Carmen Maria Machado, talking horror with John Langan and Laird Barron, and much more.
Afternoon Bites: Victor LaValle on Richard Matheson, Simeon Marsalis Nonfiction, Valeria Luiselli, and More
In our afternoon reading: thoughts on the fiction of Richard Matheson, Nick Antosca on telling horror stories in 2017, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Leslie Jamison on Charles Jackson, Jonathan Lethem, Frank Hinton Excerpt, Believer Book Awards Shortlist, and More
In our afternoon reading: Leslie Jamison on Charles Jackson, a Jim Ruland playlist, an interview with Jonathan Lethem, an excerpt from Frank Hinton’s forthcoming novel, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Discussing César Aira, Nick Antosca on Horror Films, Brooks Headley Interviewed, Julia Elliott, and More
A look at César Aira’s literary inspiration, discussing food and punk drumming with Brooks Headley, Alexis Coe was interviewed by Karen Abbott, Nick Antosca on horror films, and more.
Consider 2013 a good year for Nick Antosca. This year has seen the release of two new books from him: the collection The Girlfriend Game and the short novel The Hangman’s Ritual. The former contains a number of searing works, describing horrors literal and metaphorical, ranging from educational programs that reduce the subject to a subhuman state to the ethical quandaries of reality television to a visit from murderous aliens obsessed with beauty. The Hangman’s Ritual opens in a kind of prison familiar to […]
Weekend Bites: Bathroom Reading, “Wolf Hall” Miniseries, Nick Antosca Interviewed, Frank Hinton’s Next Novel, and More
Kafka & bathroom reading; Frank Hinton’s next novel is announced; Nick Antosca chats with The Rumpus; and more,
Afternoon Bites: Talking “In Utero,” Jamie and Gilbert Hernandez, Lou Barlow Interviewed, Waiting for “Pretty Deadly,” and More
Taking an in-depth look at Nick Antosca’s new collection, anticipating a surreal Western comic, catching up with Jamie and Gilbert Hernandez, Godspeed You! Black Emperor wins big, and more.