In our afternoon reading: an excerpt from Tsitsi Dangaremba’s new novel, new writing by Karen Stefano, an interview with Rachel Lyon, and more.
In our morning reading: thoughts on Yoko Tawada’s new novel, a new essay by Shelly Oria, and more.
Weekend Bites: Yoko Tawada, Samantha Irby Interviewed, Lynn Steger Strong, Liz Phair Revisited, and More
In our weekend reading: thoughts on Yoko Tawada’s fiction, an interview with Samantha Irby, and much more.
Afternoon Bites: Melissa Broder Interviewed, Yoko Tawada, Rita Bullwinkel Fiction, Patti Smith, and More
In our afternoon reading: an interview with Melissa Broder, new writing by Rita Bullwinkel, and much more.
Well, it’s April. Nominally it’s springtime–but the presence of snowy weather and temperatures friendly to hot cocoa and roaring fires suggests otherwise. Metaphorically speaking, though, that range of moods and modes lines up pretty neatly with the books that are on our radar for this month–everything from works in translation to bold collections of nonfiction to eagerly-anticipated literary debuts. Here’s a look at several of the books that we’re most excited to explore this month.
Morning Bites: Yoko Tawada’s Latest, Carmen Maria Machado, Kristen Arnett on Libraries, Caroline Says, and More
In our morning reading: thoughts on books by Yoko Tawada and Tom Rachman, new writing by Kristen Arnett, and more.
In our morning reading: Thoughts on Yoko Tawada’s new novel, nonfiction from Nicole Dennis-Benn, and much more.
Weekend Bites: Yoko Tawada, Hilton Als on James Baldwin, Mat Johnson Nonfiction, Jim Jarmusch, and More
In our weekend reading: talking with Yoko Tawada, Hilton Als on James Baldwin, thoughts on the new Stooges documentary, and more.