In our afternoon reading: interviews with Seth Fried and Richard Chiem, Helen Phillips revisits Kafka, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Victor LaValle, Patricia Lockwood Recommends Books, The Sewanee Review Returns, and More
In our afternoon reading: an excerpt from Victor LaValle’s new book, a BEA party recap, notes on the return of a long-running literary journal, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Roxane Gay Recommends Books, Raoul Peck Interviewed, Robert Kloss, Alana Massey Nonfiction, and More
In our afternoon reading: book recommendations from Roxane Gay, interviews with Raoul Peck and Robert Kloss, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Laia Jufresa Interviewed, Szilvia Molnar Nonfiction, Franz Kafka, Jenny Hval, and More
In our afternoon reading: Laia Jufresa interviewed by Valeria Luiselli, thoughts on new music by Jenny Hval, and much more.
Afternoon Bites: Flying Lotus Interviewed, New Teju Cole Writing, Sean H. Doyle, Claudia Rankine’s Latest, and More
Checking in with Flying Lotus, Lars Iyer, and Justin K. Broadrick; thoughts on new books from Kerry Howley, Claudia Rankine, and Jim Ruland; an excerpt from Sean H. Doyle’s forthcoming book, and more.
If you’re familiar with Peter Capaldi, it’s probably through one of the iconic roles he’s played: the brilliantly profane Malcolm Tucker in The Thick of It and In the Loop, perhaps, or his just-commenced run on Doctor Who. (Right about here is probably where I tip my hat in the direction of his work on Torchwood: Children of Earth.) I hadn’t been aware that Capaldi is also a filmmaker — an Oscar-winning one, in fact, for a 1993 short that he wrote and […]
Afternoon Bites: Alain de Botton Interviewed, “White Light/White Heat” Reissued, Anne Marie Wirth Cauchon, Kafka Translated, and More
The Metamorphosis gets a new translation, a look at a deluxe edition of White Light/White Heat, Alain de Botton is interviewed, a look at Anne Marie Wirth Cauchon’s latest, and more.
Weekend Bites: Bathroom Reading, “Wolf Hall” Miniseries, Nick Antosca Interviewed, Frank Hinton’s Next Novel, and More
Kafka & bathroom reading; Frank Hinton’s next novel is announced; Nick Antosca chats with The Rumpus; and more,