Afternoon Bites: Hari Kunzru, Writers’ Letterheads, Leyner’s Influences, And More

“As inspiration, Kunzru cited David Lynch’s movies, which “refuse a certain kind of sense,” and Roberto Bolaño’s magnum opus, 2666. Gaps, möbius strips of logic, parallel plots, unanswerable questions—Kunzru’s remarks recalled, for me, an essay he wrote for The Guardian in September 2011 about a postmodernism exhibit at the Victoria & Albert Museum.” Jacob Silverman chats with Hari Kunzru for Capital New York.

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