In our afternoon reading: thoughts on Akwaeke Emezi’s latest novel, an excerpt from Sam Pink’s new novella, and much more.
Afternoon Bites: Melissa Broder’s Latest, Zora Neale Hurston, Andre Aciman Nonfiction, Grouper, and More
In our afternoon reading: thoughts on Melissa Broder’s new novel and Grouper’s new album, an excerpt from Zora Neale Hurston’s newly-published book, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Waxahatchee Interviewed, T. Geronimo Johnson, Ales Kot, Chris Kraus Adaptations, and More
In our afternoon reading: interviews with Waxahatchee and Bud Smith, fiction by duncan b. barlow, and more.
In our afternoon reading: an interview with Jacqueline Woodson, new nonfiction from Lauren Elkin and Jeff VanderMeer, and more.
Note: We won’t be posting Indexing or Sunday Stories this week so we can eat matzo brei and hunt for Easter eggs. In case you weren’t sure if you should use the Jonathan Safran Foer/Nathan Englander New American Haggadah, The National Review reviewed it. Adam Kirsch reviews The Complete Poems of Philip Larkin. Los Angeles Review of Books made a video for their April 18th relaunch. Rachel Syme on her favorite Titanic books. Andy Zaltzman reads about Nero and Caligula for the […]
A weekly appreciation for the art of the review.
On Wednesday March 7th, Vol. 1 Brooklyn will bring our Greatest 3-Minute Story Series to Manhattan for the first time, and our readers are telling stories about movies. Each of our readers gets 180 seconds each to tell a story (fiction, non, personal essay, top ten list, whatever…), and we’ve got a pretty impressive lineup to bring to the Le Poisson Rouge stage. The event is totally free, starts at 6 PM, and is hosted by Vol. 1’s Jason Diamond.