Morning Bites: Myriam J. A. Chancy’s Recommendations, Revisiting the Meat Puppets, Matthew Salesses on Craft, and More
At Electric Literature, Myriam J. A. Chancy recommended books set in the Caribbean.
The CLMP assembled a Filipino American History Month reading list.
Literary journal Cabildo Quarterly has announced the end of its run.
Aaron Gilbreath wrote about his experiences watching the Meat Puppets.
Hyperallergic delved into Tim Bonyhady’s Two Afternoons in the Kabul Stadium: A History of Afghanistan Through Clothes, Carpets and the Camera.
At Write-minded, Matthew Salesses discussed the craft of writing.
Gabino Iglesias reviewed Christina Henry’s Near the Bone at Locus.
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