In our afternoon reading: nonfiction by Luis Alberto Urrea, an interview with Baba Badji, and more.
Morning Bites: Benjamin Myers’s Latest, Pulitzer Prize Winners, Patricia McCormick on Censorship, and More
In our morning reading: a review of Benjamin Myers’s new novel, reactions to book bans, and more.
Morning Bites: Craig Laurance Gidney on Writing, Circuit Des Yeux Remixed, Stephen Graham Jones on Comics, and More
In our morning reading: interviews with Craig Laurance Gidney and Stephen Graham Jones, an intriguing musical collaboration, and more.
THOMAS KENDALL is the author of The Autodidacts (Whiskey Tit Press, 2022), which Dennis Cooper called “a brilliant novel—inviting like a secret passage, infallible in its somehow orderly but whirligig construction, spine-tingling to unpack, and as haunted as any fiction in recent memory.” His work has appeared in the anthologies Abyss (Orchards Lantern) and Userlands (Akashic Books), and online at Entropy.
In our morning reading: an interview with Laura Warrell, notes on good writing conferences, and more.
Morning Bites: Sayaka Murata’s Stories, Isaac Fitzgerald on Memoirs, Franz Kafka’s Drawings, and More
In our morning reading: thoughts on Sayaka Murata’s fiction, an interview with Isaac Fitzgerald, and more.
We’re pleased to present an excerpt from Thomas Kendall’s novel The Autodidacts, out now on Whisk(e)y Tit. It follows a series of events that take place in the days and years that follow a man’s disappearance from a lighthouse, and the relics that he leaves behind. Dennis Cooper said that The Autodidacts is “as haunted as any fiction in recent memory.”