In our morning reading: an interview with Maxim Loskutoff, Bruno Schulz fiction, and more.
Morning Bites: Tommy Pico Interviewed, Nalo Hopkinson Revisited, Bruno Schulz, Joshua Wheeler’s Latest, and More
In our morning reading: an interview with Tommy Pico, thoughts on the writings of Nalo Hopkinson and Bruno Schulz, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Bruno Schulz, Hanif Abdurraqib Interviewed, Dan Sheehan, Vandana Singh’s Latest, and More
In our afternoon reading: thoughts on Bruno Schulz’s short fiction, interviews with Hanif Abdurraqib and Dan Sheehan, and more.
At Literary Hub, you’ll find a conversation between Nuruddin Farah and Ivan Vladislavić on a variety of topics. (We interviewed Vladislavić last year.) One of the areas of discussion focused on Vladislavić’s political awareness as a writer. In his response, he alluded to his search for the best way to address the politics of apartheid-era South Africa in his own work, and took influence from an unexpected place.
Morning Bites: Chabon cover, Columbia College lays off fiction, “Animal Farm” hope, Israeli author protection program, and more
That’s the Stax Records/60s bubblegum/Soul Train inspired cover of Michael Chabon’s forthcoming Telegraph Avenue. (Via Sarah Weinman’s Twitter) While you’re at AWP in Chicago, you should stop by Columbia College and see why they’re laying off the Chair of the Fiction Writing Department. Seems worth checking out. Your Longread suggestion of the day is at The Atlantic: “How ‘Animal Farm’ Gave Hope to Stalin’s Refugees.” Then move on to this Los Angeles Review of Books essay on Bruno Schulz. They’re […]
Posted by Nick Curley Unlike your nightly news, we’re follow-uppers: we follow up. Here now, the double whammy in a one-two punch of a story we first brought you this past Friday. Over at The Huffington Theorum, Park Slope resident and café recliner occupant Jonathan Safran Foer details the process of literally carving Bruno Schultz’s short story collection The Street of Crocodiles into a new novel, Tree of Codes. Schultz enthusiasts may recall that when Penguin reprinted Crocodiles for their […]
I’m not going to make this your run of the mill Jonathan Safran Foer rant post, but what the hell is the deal with his new book? I’m scanning this post and I see that it was nearly impossible to print, and a mention of Bruno Schulz’s The Street of Crocodiles. Also, the thing looks impossible to read.