In our afternoon reading: an interview with Sarah Rose Etter, book recommendations from Nicola Griffith, and much more.
Morning Bites: Revisiting “End Zone,” Alexander Chee, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie Interviewed, Nick Cave, and More
In our morning reading: the case for adapting a Don DeLillo novel, interviews with Alexander Chee and Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, and more.
In our afternoon reading: thoughts on books from Lina Meruane and Christopher Boucher, new writing from Matthew Neill Null, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Will Chancellor on Don DeLillo, Emily Raboteau Nonfiction, “The Sympathizer,” Paula Bomer, and More
In our afternoon reading: Will Chancellor on Don DeLillo’s latest and land art, new nonfiction from Emily Raboteau and Paula Bomer, and more.
May brings with it a host of noteworthy books that have caught our eye. Some are the latest works from authors who have become favorites over the years; others are structurally bold, socially relevant, or intensely disconcerting. (In some cases, they may be some combination of the above.) It’s going to be a good month for books, whether you’re looking for an illuminating take on music or an unsettling ghost story. Here are some of the books due out in […]
Morning Bites: Don DeLillo’s Latest, Albert Ayler, John Darnielle on Wrestling, Lydia Millet, and More
In our morning reading: reviews of new novels by Don DeLillo and Lydia Millet, John Darnielle on wrestling, and more.
Morning Bites: “Under the Volcano,” Revisiting Patricia Highsmith, DeLillo’s Latest, Kevin Maloney, and More
In our morning reading: revisiting novels by Malcolm Lowry and Patricia Highsmith, an interview with Kevin Maloney, and more.
Weekend Bites: Rachel Kushner on “Underworld,” Yoss, New Jersey Lit, Jamie Iredell on California, and More
In our weekend reading: Rachel Kushner revisits “Underworld,” new essays from Jamie Iredell and Yoss, Patrick Stickles and Craig Finn in conversation, and more.