Afternoon Bites: New Cari Luna Fiction, Lev and Austin Grossman Interviewed, Metal and Magic Realism, Roxane Gay on “Outlander,” and More


Douglas Coupland wrote about his survey exhibition at the Vancouver Art Gallery.

Everyday Genius has an excerpt up from Cari Luna’s novel in progress.

Pallbearer discussed their new album, dreams, and reading–including books by Wells Tower and Haruki Murakami–with Laina Dawes.

Lev and Austin Grossman talked with The Atlantic about being identical twins and writers. (The former’s essay on writing his first novel is also highly recommended.)

Roxane Gay is recapping Outlander for Vulture.

Henry Stewart wrote about Gilbert Sorrentino for Electric Literature.

Sundog Lit has a new poem from Molly Rose Quinn.

Talking out-of-print books at the New York Times Book Review.

Pitchfork has new music from Ex Hex, Mary Timony’s new band.

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