April brings with a host of noteworthy books in a variety of styles. There’s nonfiction from some of the best prose stylists out there, a memoir from a composer who helped refine a now-ubiquitous style, philosophical novels, collections of jarring fiction–there’s plenty for avid readers to delight in this month. What follows are some of our most-anticipated books for this month.
Afternoon Bites: Geoff Dyer, Returned Manuscripts, Stanley Crawford Interviewed, NYHC History, and More
A look at the works of Geoff Dyer, a look at NYHC history, interviews with Carl Wilson and Stanley Crawford, Ted Leo and Aimee Mann playing tv theme songs, and more.
Afternoon Bites: J.G. Ballard Tributes, Protomartyr, New Bonnie Jo Campbell Fiction, Rachel Zucker Interviewed, and More
In our afternoon reading: a host of J.G. Ballard tributes, when Patrick Hamilton inspires punk rock, new fiction from Bonnie Jo Campbell, and more.
Morning Bites: Stanley Crawford, Catching Up with Karen Russell, Jarmusch’s Latest, Revisiting Nathaniel P., and More
This morning: Adelle Waldman revisits the milieu of The Love Affairs of Nathaniel P., reviews of books by Leslie Jamison and Stanley Crawdford, an interview with Karen Russell, and more.