In our afternoon reading: new writing by Brian Evenson, interviews with Richard Chiem and Michele Filgate, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Fernando A. Flores, Richard Chiem Interviewed, Karen Russell’s Latest, Dani Shapiro, and More
In our afternoon reading: reviews of books by Fernando A. Flores and Karen Russell, interviews with Richard Chiem and Dani Shapiro, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Sarah Rose Etter Interviewed, Richard Chiem’s Latest, Nicola Griffith’s Recommendations, Eugene Lim on Don DeLillo, and More
In our afternoon reading: an interview with Sarah Rose Etter, book recommendations from Nicola Griffith, and much more.
Afternoon Bites: Seth Fried Interviewed, Roxane Gay’s Comics, Richard Chiem, Helen Phillips on Kafka, and More
In our afternoon reading: interviews with Seth Fried and Richard Chiem, Helen Phillips revisits Kafka, and more.
Six years ago, I checked out You Private Person by Richard Chiem from Mellow Pages Library. I went to Mellow Pages often, as it was on the other side of the block from where I then lived, a party house in Bushwick with four other roommates. Reading You Private Person felt similar to the excitement of discovering a new band in high school, where the preciseness of certain lines perfectly reflected my own emotions or environment at the time.
In our morning reading: thoughts on Ex Hex’s new album, an interview with Richard Chiem, and more.
In our morning reading: reviews of books by Sophia Shalmiyev, Richard Chiem, and Maryse Meijer; an interview with K Chess; and more.
What literary delights does March bring? A number of books we’ve been awaiting eagerly for years, for one thing, including new works by Mitchell S. Jackson and Seth Fried. A host of ambitious literary debuts as well — and a number of collections of short fiction that push at the limits of storytelling. Here’s a look at some of the March books we’re looking forward to the most.