Afternoon Bites: Bartleby, Tayari Jones, Alex Shakar, and more

“Luminarium is one of those books that is not shy about being about what it’s about, and it’s about plenty: technology, faith, families, war, media, illness, New York, second chances, the aftermath of tragedy, and how grief shapes or even becomes the survivor’s life.” At Bookforum, Justin Taylor on Alex Shakar’s Luminarium. At Library Journal, Molly McArdle looks at last week’s multi-author reading of “Bartleby, the Scrivener.” At Chapter 16, Susannah Felts reviews Tayari Jones’s novel Silver Sparrow. (Our review […]

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