Afternoon Bites: 2013’s Anticipated Reads, The Heartbreakers Reissued, Advice From Muriel Spark, and More

“…it was utterly free of the monstrously vapid high jinks of much of the official pomo canon, all the pandering philosophical puzzles and end-of-history nostrums.” Eric Banks on the work of Danilo Kiš, at Bookforum.

Behold: The Millions has posted their preview of 2013’s most anticipated books.

Maud Newton has some advice from Muriel Spark.

Emily Schultz’s essay “The Blond Inside Me” is up now at Joyland.

The Heartbreakers’ 1977 L.A.M.F. is getting a four-disc reissue; Evan Minsker has the review at Pitchfork.

Jerry Saltz on MoMA’s Inventing Abstraction exhibit.

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