Morning Bites: Nick Tosches Remembered, Johannes Anyuru on the Nobel Prize, Adapting “Station Eleven,” and More

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The great Nick Tosches has died at the age of 69. In a 2011 interview with Vulture, he said “Sanctimoniousness is dull,” which could serve as a credo for his extensive bibliography. This profile from 1999 is also well worth a read.

At InsideHook, Lincoln Michel explored why tech billionaires are obsessed with space.

Johannes Anyuru wrote about why Peter Handke should not have received the Nobel Prize.

The forthcoming HBO Max adaptation of Station Eleven has cast its leads.

At the Chicago Review of Books, a look at the Book Cellar’s tradition of book-themed cakes for author events.

Tor’s new horror imprint Nightfire has released an audio-only anthology featuring a number of fantastic writers.

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