Morning Bites: Tananarive Due on Horror, “Combat Rock” Revisited, Melissa Lozada-Oliva on Horror, and More

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At Inverse, Roxane Gay interviewed Tananarive Due.

This week, the NYPL and the National Book Foundation are hosting a panel on the future of literary NYC.

Lincoln Michel made the case for reading Percival Everett’s The Trees.

Pitchfork looked back on The Clash’s album Combat Rock.

At Consequence, details on what to expect from Björk’s next album.

Melissa Lozada-Oliva discussed Dreaming of You at NPR.

At The New Yorker, talking bodies and art with Fleur Jaeggy.

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