Afternoon Bites: Antonio di Benedetto’s “Zama,” John Hughes, Lauryn Hill, Joshua Mohr’s Class, and More


Scott Esposito delves into the history of Antonio di Benedetto’s Zama.

At Hazlitt, Soraya Roberts wrote about women in the films of John Hughes.

The longlist for The Center for Fiction’s First Novel Prize has been announced.

At Pitchfork: revisiting The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill.

Joshua Mohr will be teaching a class on plotting at LitReactor.

Scenes from Bill Callahan’s recent sets at Baby’s All Right.

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