Morning Bites: Adrienne Celt, Revisiting Yukio Mishima, Ahmed Saadawi, Mary Lattimore’s Latest, and More


Adrienne Celt wrote about Vladimir Nabokov for Electric Literature, and shared a playlist with Largehearted Boy.

At Bookforum, thoughts on Yukio Mishima and fascism.

The Los Angeles Review of Books reviewed Ahmed Saadawi’s Frankenstein in Baghdad.

Dusted delved into the world of Mary Lattimore’s new album.

Paul Constant wrote about reading Neal Thompson’s memoir Kickflip Boys.

The Quietus revisited the music of Dead Can Dance.

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