In our morning reading: new readings on The Catapult, an interview with Garth Greenwell, notable book covers, and more.
Weekend Bites: John Keene Interviewed, Brooklyn Book Festival, Amanda Petrusich on Reissues, and More
In our weekend reading: interviews with John Keene and Faith Sullivan, Brooklyn Book Festival recommendations, new writing from Amanda Petrusich and Elliott Holt, and more.
In our morning reading: an interview with Kim Gordon, a new essay from Elliott Holt, new short films from Errol Morris, notes on unreliable narrators and fictional films, and more.
Morning Bites: Thomas Pierce, Kate Bernheimer Interviewed, Stuart Murdoch on Soccer, New Elliott Holt Fiction, and More
In our morning reading: fiction by Thomas Pierce, imagining an unmade Coen Brothers literary adaptation, Stuart Murdoch talks soccer, a new story from Elliott Holt, and more.
Weekend Bites: Marie-Helene Bertino Interviewed, Rosie Schaap on Highballs, Imposter Syndrome, Teenage Minimalists, and More
An interview with Marie-Helene Bertino, recommended books on friendship, new fiction from Elliott Holt, writers discuss imposter syndrome, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Elliott Holt Interviewed, Pharos Editions Debuts, Talking with Blake Schwarzenbach, Filming “Radio Free Albemuth,” and More
Elliott Holt talked with The Rumpus; Brandon Stosuy wrote about Deafheaven’s latest; Blake Schwarzenbach was interviewed at The Low Times; Rob Spillman wrote about David Markson; and much more.
Jason Diamond reviews Elliott Holt’s debut novel on trying to find closure that’s mixed with a healthy dose of Cold War-era intrigue and paranoia.