Afternoon Bites: “The Flamethrowers” and Art, Emily Gould on Franzen, Atticus Lish Interviewed, Bowie Anthology, and More


The Guardian reported on a reading celebrating the new anthology Never Can Say Goodbye.

The Oyster Review debuted this week with new writing, including this essay from Kyle Chayka on The Flamethrowers.

Emily Gould on the work of Jonathan Franzen.

Atticus Lish was profiled in the Observer.

In today’s seasonally-appropriate reading: Virginia Woolf’s essay “Street Haunting: A London Adventure.”

PEN has new poetry from Rachel B. Glaser.

Douglas Wolk on a new collection of David Bowie’s music.

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