Afternoon Bites: Erika T. Wurth’s Latest, Nicole Chung Nonfiction, Oscar Wilde-Inspired Art, and More


The Kenyon Review reviewed Erika T. Wurth’s Buckskin Cocaine.

Hazlitt has a new essay by Nicole Chung.

Coming this fall: an art installation in a chapel inspired by Oscar Wilde.

Nat Segaloff wrote about writing about Harlan Ellison.

At the Los Angeles Review of Books, thoughts on Freddy Negrete’s memoir.

Matthew Gallaway on the process of publishing his second novel.

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