Weekend Bites: Heron Oblivion’s Latest, Safia Elhillo, Overlooked Books, and More


Dusted reviewed The Chapel, a new live album from Heron Oblivion.

At The Atlantic, recommendations of books they missed (and recommendations from those books’ authors).

Examining the place where Bambi and The Metamorphosis converge.

Jillian Mapes on the state of indie rock in 2017.

At The Rumpus, thoughts on Safia Elhillo’s collection The January Children.

The Brooklyn Rail named their picks for the best books of the year.

Lincoln Michel has some Black Mirror-inspired book recommendations for you.

Signature delved into the year’s most overlooked books.

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