In our afternoon reading: an interview with Barbara Browning, reviews of books by Han Kang and Catherine Lacey, and more.
Morning Bites: Mary Lattimore Interviewed, Jami Attenberg Nonfiction, Laird Barron’s Latest, and More
In our morning reading: interviews with Mary Lattimore and Barbara Browning, new writing by Jami Attenberg, and more.
“The Birth of a Legend”: An Excerpt From “Who the Hell is Imre Lodbrog?”
We’re pleased to be publishing an excerpt from Barbara Browning and Sébastien Régnier’s new collaborative book, Who the Hell is Imre Lodbrog? It’s an exploration of art and music, perception and revolution, told through two distinct voices. The book’s New York launch will take place tonight at Dixon Place.
Vol.1 Brooklyn’s February 2018 Book Preview
Welcome to February. When looking at the books we’re most excited about for this month, it’s difficult to find a common thread. There are revelatory books that help explain some of the most contentious issues of our time; there are also surreal works of fiction that turn the familiar into the utterly bizarre. These are narratives that unfold in unexpected ways, whether real or imagined–and whether the corners of the world that they illuminate are urgent or obscure, they offer […]
Morning Bites: Josh Gondelman Interviews Scaachi Koul, Barbara Browning, Dolan Morgan Fiction, and More
In our morning reading: Scaachi Koul in conversation with Josh Gondelman, an excerpt from Barbara Browning’s new novel, and more.
Morning Bites: Barbara Browning Interviewed, Lidia Yuknavitch’s Latest, Perfume Genius, John Langan, and More
In our morning reading: interviews with Barbara Browning and John Langan, thoughts on the new Perfume Genius album, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Samuel R. Delany Nonfiction, Patricia Lockwood, Quenton Baker Interviewed, Joanna Ruocco, and More
In our afternoon reading: new writing from Samuel R. Delany, interviews with Quenton Baker and Joanna Ruocco, a playlist from Barbara Browning, and more.
Vol.1 Brooklyn’s May 2017 Book Preview
And here we are, on the first of May in the year 2017. What books does May bring with it? Well, let’s see. There are incisive essay collections by the likes of Scaachi Koul and Samantha Irby; there are challenging works in translation by João Gilberto Noll and Rodrigo Fresán, and there’s a new edition of a genre-defying novel by Kirsten Bakis, for starters. Here’s a look at some of the May books that have piqued our interest.