Afternoon Bites: Ben Okri, Literary Florida, Maria Dahvana Headley, Nantucket Book Festival, and More

Photo: Greenbelt Media via Creative Comons

Photo: Greenbelt Media via Creative Commons

“…it’s also something entirely its own, impossible to label.” Porochista Khakpour revisited Ben Okri’s The Famished Road.

Alexandra Edwards looks at literary Florida.

At TNR: Jamil Smith’s “How Back to the Future Helped Make Me a Feminist.”

Michele Filgate reported on the Nantucket Book Festival.

Maria Dahvana Headley put together a playlist for her novel Magonia.

At Ad Hoc: new music from Pleasure Leftists.

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