In our morning reading: thoughts on Forsyth Harmon’s new book, an interview with Yiyun Li, and more.
Morning Bites: Helen Oyeyemi, Nghi Vo’s Forthcoming Novel, Barry Windsor-Smith, Grace Miceli Interviewed, and More
In our morning reading: interviews with Helen Oyeyemi and Grace Miceli, thoughts on Barry Windsor-Smith’s new comic, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Rebecca Watson’s Fiction, Ed Brubaker, Gina Nutt Interviewed, Sunburned Hand of the Man, and More
In our afternoon reading: thoughts on Rebecca Watson’s new book, interviews with Forsyth Harmon and Ed Brubaker, and more.
Morning Bites: Kaitlyn Greenidge, Tournament of Books Championship, Joshua Chaplinsky, Hanif Abdurraqib Interviewed, and More
In our morning reading: interviews with Kaitlyn Greenidge and Hanif Abdurraqib, thoughts on Joshua Chaplinsky’s new novel, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Melissa Faliveno Interviewed, Lambda Literary Awards Finalists, Forsyth Harmon, and More
In our afternoon reading: interviews with Melissa Faliveno and Forsyth Harmon, a review of Jakob Guanzon’s new novel, and more.
Vol. 1 Brooklyn’s March 2021 Book Preview
What’s caught our eye when it comes to new books out this month? For whatever reason, a number of intriguing works in translation top that list. Throw in a new memoir from a longtime Vol.1 Brooklyn favorite, an incisive cultural study, and a foray into the city’s history and you have a broader range of what we’re excited about in March.
Morning Bites: Forsyth Harmon, Life Withour Buildings Revisited, Sunburned Hand of the Man, Alexander Chee on “Minari,” and More
In our morning reading: an excerpt from Forsyth Harmon’s new book, nonfiction by Alexander Chee, and more.
Vol.1 Brooklyn’s January 2017 Book Preview
It’s a new year, and with that new year comes a host of new books. From fiction that might shed a light on ongoing political debates to incisive essays between the relationship between creativity and commerce, there’s something for nearly everyone on our list of books that have gotten our attention for this month. And it’s very likely that you’ll see some of these names pop up again on our anticipated books lists in the year to come–no less that four […]