In our Tuesday morning reading: notes on Two-Lane Blacktop, a review of Judy Blume’s new novel, Norman Rush talks Saul Bellow, and more.
Morning Bites: Carola Dibbell Interviewed, Writers on Twitter, Meredith Graves’s Advice, Tim Horvath on Norman Rush, and More
In our morning reading: an interview with Carola Dibbell, advice from Meredith Graves, new writing from Mensah Demary and Jenny Zhang, Tim Horvath on Norman Rush, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Justin Taylor Interviewed, Marie-Helene Bertino Recommends Books, Christina Nichol, Skybridges, and More
Interviews with Justin Taylor and Christina Nichol, a look at the skybridges of Manhattan, Marie-Helene Bertino recommends books, thoughts on Kate Zambreno’s Green Girl, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Norman Rush Interviewed, Mosh Pit Anatomy, Warren Ellis and Geoff Manaugh Talk Crime, Justin Pearson, and More
This afternoon: highlights from Warren Ellis and Geoff Manaugh’s fascinating conversation on crime and fiction, Tim Horvath interviews Norman Rush, St. Mark’s Bookshop holds a fundraiser, and more.
The “Fun Home” musical gets reviewed; Junot Diaz gets interviewed; notes on hardcore benefit compilations; Donald Fagen released a memoir; and more.
Afternoon Bites: Publishing Genius History, “Salinger” Drinking Games, Christgau on Rush, Paul Harding Playlist, and More
A Paul Harding playlist, Evan Dorkin hints at a return to Eltingville, Robert Christgau on Norman Rush, Two Dollar Radio talks with Late Night Library, and more.
Melville House has audio up from 1993 of Derek Raymond reading from his fantastic novel I Was Dora Suarez. They’ve recently reissued his Factory novels, some of the bleakest, most intense crime fiction you’re likely to read. Earlier this year, we interviewed the Brooklyn-based instrumental rock quartet BELLS≥. They have a new EP out now. At the Los Angeles Review of Books, Magdalena Edwards looks at the work of Norman Rush. At Dusted, Vol.1’s Tobias Carroll has some thoughts on […]