In our morning reading: thoughts on Lidia Yuknavitch’s new book, interviews with Paul Tremblay and Elle Nash, and more.
Morning Bites: Paul Tremblay Interviewed, Aspen Words Literary Prize Long List, Mary Gaitskill’s Latest, and More
In our morning reading: interviews with Paul Tremblay and Kevin Wilson, thoughts on Mary Gaitskill’s new book, and more.
Morning Bites: Paul Tremblay’s Recommendations, Renaming Literary Awards, Johannes Göransson, Nathan Ballingrud Adapted, and More
In our morning reading: book recommendations from Paul Tremblay, an interview with Johannes Göransson, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Isabel Waidner Interviewed, Russell Edson, Helen McClory Fiction, Leah Umansky, and More
In our afternoon reading: an interview with Isabel Waidner, new writing from Helen McClory and Leah Umansky, and more.
Morning Bites: Paul Tremblay, Colin Dickey on Greenland, Jessica Hopper, Questlove’s Cookbook, and More
In our morning reading: interviews with Paul Tremblay and Jessica Hopper, new writing from Colin Dickey, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Jeff Jackson, Courtney Maum Nonfiction, Steph Post, Gabino Iglesias Interviewed, and More
In our afternoon reading: interviews with Jeff Jackson and Gabino Iglesias, Helen Rosner on great cookbooks, and more.
John Langan’s fiction brings together two seemingly disparate strengths: his way of structuring narratives is often revelatory, and his stories and novels themselves are frequently unnerving. Langan writes horror fiction, but his isn’t so much about jump-scares as it is about being in the presence of the inexplicable. There are uncanny hauntings and bizarre fatalities in it, to be sure, but Langan’s horror takes a very different form from many writers in the genre, past or present.
In our morning reading: exploring the fiction of Natalia Ginzburg, new writing from Rumaan Alam, and more.