Afternoon Bites: Words After War Interviewed, Mish Way, Lydia Millet’s Latest, Notes on “Loitering,” and More


Mish Way has a fantastic new essay up at Pitchfork.

Brandon Willitts of Words After War was interviewed at Biographile.

English Kills Review has a recap of our late-October event with Jac Jemc and Sasha Fletcher.

If you’re looking to take place in a nationwide Read-a-Thon in January: one has just been announced.

Stacey Levine reviewed Lydia Millet’s Magnificence for The Fanzine.

Big Lucks is now taking pre-orders for Natalie Eilbert’s chapbook And I Shall Again Be Virtuous.

A cast has been announced for a film adaptation of Emma Donoghue’s Room.

Elisabeth Donnelly wrote about Charles D’Ambrosio’s Loitering.

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