In our morning reading: revisiting the writings of Ann Quin, new poetry by Leah Umansky, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Lorraine Hansberry Revisited, Rachel Lyon Nonfiction, Yvan Alagbé, Douglas Light’s Playlist, and More
In our afternoon reading: Dianca London on Lorraine Hansberry’s writings, nonfiction by Rachel Lyon, and much more.
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 […]
Afternoon Bites: Douglas Light, Sandra Allen Interviewed, R.O. Kwon, Jack Ketchum Tribute, and More
In our afternoon reading: interviews with Douglas Light and R.O. Kwon, thoughts on a new edition of a Barbara Comyns novel, and more.
Roadie by Douglas Light Muddy, the golden lab, is deaf. “I wouldn’t pet her too hard,” her owner says. Friday. Chicago. The city is named after the French translation of the Native American word for wild garlic. Winter Storm Bella is on the way. Micah Ling is on tour for her poetry collection, Flashes of Life. I’m the roadie, of sorts. “She doesn’t like to be pet?” I ask of Muddy. In exchange for a place to stay, we’re […]