Vol.1 Brooklyn’s March 2017 Book Preview

March looks like a particularly promising month for new books. There are exciting literary debuts, the latest books from a host of writers we admire tremendously, incisive and format-defying works of prose, and a lot more. These are books that will leave you floored, will leave you impressed with what prose can do, that will take you to new places or shine a new light on places you thought you knew. Here’s a look at some of the titles that […]

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Morning Bites: Elif Batuman at the Museum, Amy Klein, Coney Island Beer and Movies, and More

Etgar Keret writes about going on a book tour just weeks after the passing of his father at Tablet. Elif Batuman visits Orhan Pamuk’s museum in Turkey. Our own Jon Reiss checks out eight coworking spaces in Brooklyn. HiLobrow has been serializing Rudyard Kipling’s With the Night Mail.  They’re up to #11. “Klein speaks with a quiet yet assured voice, often staring at the ground as she carefully expresses genuine solace with anyone who has felt alienated in his or her life.” […]

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Morning Bites: Tao Lin’s Poetry, Elif Batuman, Harvard Records, and More

The Rumpus talks to Elif Batuman about Mike Daisey. The Harvard Library will make 12 million records available to the public ncluding books, images, videos, and manuscripts. Huffington Post Books on the poetry of Tao Lin. Impose talks to author Chris Lehmann. Occupy Student Debt. Wine straight from the barrel. Follow Vol. 1 Brooklyn on Twitter, Facebook, Google + and our Tumblr.

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