Morning Bites: Europe’s “Gatsby,” Questioning the Canon, Amtrak Residency, Joseph Riippi on “The Last Days of California,” and More


The Atlantic looks at “the European Great Gatsby.”

At Flavorwire, numerous writers weigh in on books they’d like to see removed from the literary canon.

Alicia Louise Merchant is holding a fundraiser to cover the cost of her clinical cancer trial.

Sleepingfish has posted the first issue of Process News, published by David Ohle and Roger Martin in the 70s and 80s.

The time Philip Glass was on Sesame Street

Alexander Chee has a writing residency on Amtrak. Jessica Gross wrote about a similar experience for The Paris Review.

Joseph Riippi wrote about Mary Miller’s The Last Days of California for Electric Literature.

Dusted on Marissa Nadler’s new album July.

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