Weekend Bites: Sasha Fletcher’s Novel, Aysegül Savas on Writing, Rax King’s Essays, and More

"Be Here to Love Me at the End of the World"

At the Chicago Review of Books, a review of Sasha Fletcher’s debut novel.

The Harlem Chamber Players are holding an event at the Brooklyn Public Library.

Electric Literature talked writing with Aysegül Savas.

Bright Wall/Dark Room pondered Brian De Palma’s Phantom of the Paradise.

At LitReactor, Valancourt Books offered an inside look at their international horror anthologies.

The Rumpus reviewed Rax King’s essay collection Tacky.

Public Books published a conversation with Damon Galgut and Andrew van der Vlies.

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