In our afternoon reading: book recommendations from Tea Hacic-Vlahovic, thoughts on Kate Beaton’s memoir, and more.
We’ve entered the final weeks of summer. In practical terms, that means that it could turn brisk at a moment’s notice — or that a heatwave might be upon us before long. All of which means that this month’s array of books take a similarly wide-ranging approach, encompassing everything from taut poetry to maximalist fiction. Here are some recommendations to get your fall reading started.
April is upon us, and with it the prospect of something akin to spring and a host of memorable new books. A lot of poetry has caught our eye this month, as well as some long-awaited works of nonfiction. Not to be outdone, we’re also intrigued by some works of fiction that transform old stories into something new. Read on for a selection of what has our attention.
Morning Bites: Diane di Prima Remembered, Tea Hacic-Vlahovic, Gina Apostol Interviewed, Lysley Tenorio, and More
In our morning reading: remembering Diane di Prima, talking books with Gina Apostol, and more.