Morning Bites: Adam Wilson on NY Movies, Flannery O’Connor, Wayne Koestenbaum’s Poetry, Nicholas Rombes Interviewed, and More


This interview with Alanna McArdle of Joanna Gruesome on indie rock, sexism, and genres is definitely worth checking out.

Adam Wilson on badly remembering New York movies.

“Writers create their voices by stealing bits and pieces of other writers and assembling them, Frankenstein-like, into a new whole. Then we pray it comes alive on the page.” Lincoln Michel on Flannery O’Connor.

Sadie Stein on encounters with angry elderly women.

New poetry from Wayne Koestenbaum at PEN.

There’s a new essay from Victoria Comella at Medium.

Nicholas Rombes talked with Andrew Gallix at BOMB.

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