Morning Bites: Domestic Suspense, Replacements Reunited, Neil Gaiman’s Book Tour, Alina Simone Reviewed, and More


Troubled Daughters, Twisted Wives editor Sarah Weinman wrote about her meeting with Dorothy Salisbury Davis, whose “politically-tinged tale of school protests and righteous belief” is featured in the anthology.

The Replacements played their first show in 22 years over the weekend, and Patrick Stickles was there.

At Slate, Carl Wilson has some thoughts on the subject of reunion tours.

Recapping Neil Gaiman’s book tour in less than 90 seconds.

David Orr examined several books on poetry for the Times.

Full Stop reviewed Alina Simone’s Note to Self, concluding that “it’s a nuanced exploration of what ails our society in this age of ever-expanding digital connectedness”

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