In our afternoon reading: interviews with Jesmyn Ward and Nick Laird, thoughts on the new LCD Soundsystem album, and more.
Morning Bites: D. Foy Interviewed, Joanna C. Valente, Garth Greenwell on David Szalay’s Latest, and More
In our morning reading: interviews with D. Foy and Joanna C. Valente, new writing from Oliver Zarandi, and more.
This October brings with it the release of D. Foy’s new novel, Patricide. We were tremendous admirers of his 2014 debut, Made to Break, and talked with him about it at the time of its release. And we’re happy to be presenting the New York release event for Patricide, which will feature readings and a discussion from a quartet of writers–D. Foy, Mira Jacob, Will Chancellor, and Elizabeth Crane–on the subject of parents and children in fiction. Vol.1 Brooklyn’s Tobias […]
Afternoon Bites: Will Chancellor on Don DeLillo, Emily Raboteau Nonfiction, “The Sympathizer,” Paula Bomer, and More
In our afternoon reading: Will Chancellor on Don DeLillo’s latest and land art, new nonfiction from Emily Raboteau and Paula Bomer, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Porochista Khakpour, Kevin Barry Interviewed, A Daniel José Older Excerpt, Robert Sietsema, and More
In our afternoon reading: new nonfiction from Porochista Khakpour, an excerpt from Daniel José Older’s next novel, an interview with Kevin Barry, and more.
In our afternoon reading: interviews with Kelly Link and Jon DeRosa, writers on how Judy Blume influenced them, checking in with Will Chancellor, and more.
Morning Bites: Rachel Carson, Revisiting Silvina Ocampo, Chris Gethard on Cable, Luke B. Goebel Interviewed, and More
In our morning reading: revisiting a classic from Rachel Carson, Will Chancellor talked with Luke B. Goebel, a look at a documentary about The Slits, notes on Kamasi Washington, and more.
After several months of being told by numerous smart folks that Will Chancellor’s A Brave Man Seven Storeys Tall was fantastic–and running into its author at a fair amount of literary happenings around town–I cracked into it. And: ever read something that you’d wished you’d read earlier for any number of reasons? Well, Chancellor’s novel certainly falls into that category. First and foremost, it’s terrific, a story that covers everything from political unrest to a complex father/son dynamic to competitive water […]