In our weekend reading: reviews of books by Steven Millhauser and Bora Chung, fiction from Maxim Loskutoff, and more.
In our afternoon reading: inside the work of LittlePuss Press, Maris Kreizman on the year in books, and more.
Weekend Bites: Nathan Salsburg Returns, María José Ferrada’s Latest, Bora Chung’s Collection, and More
In our weekend reading: thoughts on Nathan Salsburg’s new album, a review of Bora Chung’s recently-released collection, and more.
December can be an especially intriguing month for seeing what’s new out there. In some cases — which you’ll see a fair amount in this month’s rundown of interesting titles — the “new” isn’t all that new at all. Instead, you’ll see books available in the U.S. that have garnered acclaim overseas. There’s also plenty of interesting work in translation, and a new edition of a classic collection. Here are some of the books we’re most intrigued by this month.
Afternoon Bites: Bora Chung’s Fiction, Christine McVie Remembered, John le Carré’s Letters, and More
In our afternoon reading: thoughts on Bora Chung’s writing, an interview with Heather Radtke, and more.