In our afternoon reading: thoughts on literature and gender; a recent talk on books by N.K. Jemisin, Nnedi Okorafor, and Ibi Zobo; interviews with Terese Svoboda and Anthony Bourdain; and more.
Afternoon Bites: Eileen Myles, New Blake Butler Writing, Anthony Bourdain Interviewed, Joanna Walsh, and More
In our afternoon reading: a profile of Eileen Myles, new writing from Joanna Walsh and Blake Butler, an interview with Anthony Bourdain, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Wayne Koestenbaum, Jon Wurster Interviewed, New Lightning Bolt, Old Whisky, and More
In our Monday afternoon reading: interviews with Wayne Koestenbaum, Mairead Case, and Jon Wurster; a look at Will Wiles’s new novel; thoughts on Anthony Bourdain; and more.
Morning Bites: Emma Straub Vogues, The Master in Chicago, Leigh Stein Jamming Out, Anthony Bourdain Touring and More
Happy birthday to Mr. Bukowski. Emma Straub has a story in the September issue of Vogue. Leigh Stein had Book Notes up at Largehearted Boy. Amos Oz gets reissues and Adam Kirsch reviews it. Anthony Bourdain hits the road. How do we protect user rights and information on Facebook? How about nationalizing the popular social networking site? New trailer for The Master is up, and there’s a surprise screening tomorrow in Chicago. Follow Vol. 1 Brooklyn on Twitter, Facebook, Google + and our Tumblr.
The guys behind Mission Chinese have a book deal with Anthony Bourdain and Ecco, and they can basically do whatever they want, for all he cares. A new Deborah Eisenberg short story at The New York Review of Books. Lifestyle voyeurism available immediately at By Way of Brooklyn. Daniel Alarcón talks Spanish-language radio with The Rumpus. Oh my God, nothing could not make our Fridays better than new Glenn Ganges. Kevin Huizenga is over at The Paris Review Daily. Follow […]
Morning Bites: Barney Rossett, Literary Slackers, Fuck Yeah Menswear Book, Kardashian Kraftwerk, And More
Plenty of people paid tribute to the late Barney Rossett: Loren Glass at the Los Angeles Review of Books tweeted their September piece on Rossett and the history of Grove Press, The New York Times called him “The publisher who fought Puritanism, and won,” and Richard Nash plans to tweet a link about Rossett for each day of Lent. The first look at the Fuck Yeah Menswear book. Adam Wilson thinks Jesus was the first literary slacker. Wilson also talks to Julia Jackson at […]
Smith Mag’s “Pekar Paroject” just blew my mind a little bit more: Tara Seibel draws Harvey’s impressions of meeting Anthony Bourdain. Now I wonder if Harvey is going to do an episode of Man v. Food next?