Morning Bites: Time Travel Revisited, Marisa Silver’s Latest, Jeff Jackson, Grumbling Fur Reviewed, and More


Colin Dickey reviewed James Gleik’s book on time travel.

“Silver’s most impressive accomplishment is that her hard-to-believe incidents feel as stark and clear as thunderbolts.” Mark Athitakis on Marisa Silver’s Little Nothing.

The latest installment of Jeff Jackson’s Ideal Home Noise column is up at Fanzine.

The Kenyon Review has new nonfiction from Aaron Gilbreath on sleeping and reading.

“…suggests a meditative trance more than an intoxicated daydream.” Judy Berman on the new album from Grumbling Fur.

At Dusted: some thoughts on Jóhann Jóhansson’s Orphée.

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