Afternoon Bites: Writers’ Bad Dates, Jenny Offill Interviewed, New Papercuts, Poetry from Aaron Burch, and More


Liza Monroy was interviewed by Royal Young about her new book The Marriage Act.

At The Morning News, writers share their worst dating stories. And at Flavorwire, Michelle Dean looks at famous writers’ unpleasant love lives.

Jenny Offill talked with The Bat Segundo Show.

The essay “Dating in the Expanded Field,” at The New Inquiry, might well be the deconstructionist take on modern romance you’ve been waiting for.

Atticus Review has a new poem from Aaron Burch.

Emily Books on Heather Lewis’s Notice.

Papercuts have a new album due out later this year. We chatted with Papercuts’ Jason Quever in 2011.

(Photo: “Scenes from a Winter Morning” via Creative Commons.)

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