Morning Bites: Edward St. Aubyn’s Latest, Lynda Barry, Prince Revisited, and More
The Chicago Review of Books on Edward St. Aubyn’s King Lear-inspired novel Dunbar.
There’s a new issue of the Pacific Northwest literary journal Moss available online.
Rookie has an excerpt from Lynda Barry’s The Good Times Are Killing Me.
At Hyperallergic, turning discarded library books into art.
Nick Antosca would like to recommend some horrific short stories for you.
The Quietus revisited Prince’s Love Symbol Album 25 years after its release.
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