“Though it may be premature to call Phillip Hensher’s latest novel of small town Britain prophetic, given the recent scandal involving Emperor Murdoch and Google, and though this idea is not necessarily new, Hensher’s approach to the topic of surveillance, tampering and general busy-body-ness hits refreshingly close to home.” At The Faster Times, Robert Tumas looks at Philip Hensher’s King of the Badgers.
- Matt LeMay on the relationship between 90s nostalgia and 90s emo.
- Shya Scanlon’s Forecast — reviewed by us here — will be reissued by Civil Coping Mechanisms next year.
- David Fincher on David Fincher. (via Elisabeth Donnelly)