Afternoon Bites: Lucy Corin, Words After War, Dorian Gray Audioplays, Nicholson Baker Interviewed, and More


“The dreamy, fairy-tale qualities and allegorical ambitions of these stories are tempered with sophistication and terror, making One Hundred Apocalypses and Other Apocalypses ageless.” Lucy Corin’s new collection gets reviewed at the Los Angeles Review of Books.

Tin House chatted with Nicholson Baker.

We’re now very intrigued about the audio series The Confessions of Dorian Gray.

“We’re looking at war and its after-effects from a very literary perspective.” Words After War will be holding their first literary event this weekend.

At Impose, musicians share their favorite John Carpenter scores.

Who are the fifty funniest people in Brooklyn?

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