Morning Bites: Revisiting “Zone One,” Hiron Ennis, Guido Morselli’s Dystopia, Masha Gessen, and More

"Zone One"

At Electric Literature, thoughts on reading Zone One during a pandemic.

The Columbia Journalism Review looked back on the legacy of the Federal Writers’ Project.

Vulture looked back on the American Dirt controversy.

Hiron Ennis’s forthcoming novel Leech sounds decidedly intriguing.

Asymptote made the case for Guido Morselli’s Dissipatio H.G.

The Los Angeles Review of Books revisited Terry Eagleton’s Tragedy.

At Grub Street, a tribute to Sammy’s Roumanian.

The Paris Review delved into the life, work, and image of Masha Gessen.

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