In our morning reading: shortlists for both the PEN Literary Awards and Game of Totes, fiction from Deji Bryce Olukotun, an interview with Viv Albertine, Rosie Schaap on drinks and poetry, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Marie-Helene Bertino, Remixed Philip Glass, Junot Díaz on ”Watership Down,” and More
“Books like Safe as Houses remind me of the feeling I first had reading Lewis Carroll, a feeling that keeps me coming back to genre fiction in all its forms: that some people see the world very differently, and that it’s immense fun to borrow their perspective and see it along with them.” Jenn Northington looks at Marie-Helene Bertino’s collection Safe as Houses. New fiction from Matt Bell, Amber Sparks, and more can be found in this anthology. Junot Díaz on Watership Down. T.C. […]