Afternoon Bites: Marlon James, Jonathan Lethem and Geography, Nadia Bulkin Fiction, Parody and Pop, and More


Marlon James wrote about literature and conversations about diversity for Literary Hub.

At Signature, notes on Jonathan Lethem and geography.

Nadia Bulkin’s story “Wish You Were Here” is impressively unnerving.

Changes are afoot at The James Franco Review (including its name).

A new album is due out soon from the great Detroit punk band Tyvek.

Simon Reynolds delved into the history of parody in pop music for Pitchfork.

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