In our morning reading: thoughts on books by Meng Jin and Jeet Thayil, a film adaptation of a Brian Evenson story, and more.
Morning Bites: Scott McClanahan, “One Hundred Years of Solitude” Revisited, Jami Attenberg, Emily Schultz Nonfiction, and More
In our morning reading: an excerpt from Scott McClanahan’s new book, essays by Jami Attenberg and Emily Schultz, and more.
Afternoon Bites: John Doe Interviewed, Lynn Steger Strong, Morgan Parker Poetry, Gabriel García Márquez Documentary, and More
In our afternoon reading: interviews with John Doe and Rios de la Luz, Jen Doll recommends beach reads, and much more.
Morning Bites: Roxane Gay on Ferguson, Gabriel García Márquez’s Archive, Lidia Yuknavitch Interviewed, and More
In our morning reading: Roxane Gay has written a powerful essay on Ferguson; information on donating to Ferguson’s library; news on Gabriel García Márquez’s archive; interviews with Atticus Lish and Lidia Yuknavitch; and more.
Morning Bites: García Márquez’s Final Novel, Jo Ann Beard, Revisiting Muriel Spark, Literary Aphex Twin, and More
A look at the works of Jo Ann Beard, the fate of Gabriel García Márquez’s final novel, a look at Muriel Spark’s Loitering With Intent, Masha Gessen on exiles, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Rushdie on García Márquez, Revisiting Pulp, New Nicola Griffith Fiction, Bellow on Film, and More
This afternoon: a Pulp album turns twenty, Saul Bellow on film, Salman Rushdie’s tribute to Gabriel García Márquez, new fiction from Nicola Griffith, a Juliet Escoria interview, poetry from Tommy Pico, and more.
Weekend Bites: W. Kamau Bell Interviewed, Life Without Buildings, Ashley Farmer, “Mount Terminus” Reviewed, and More
Daniel José Older’s incisive essay on race and publishing; a look at a reissued postpunk classic, talking with W. Kamau Bell, David Grand’s new novel gets a rave review, and more.
Morning Bites: Gabriel García Márquez, Revisiting Grant Morrison, Helen Oyeyemi and History, APRIL Festival Report, and More
Remembering Gabriel García Márquez; political art groups on the Lower East Side, reports from the APRIL Festival and Downtown Literary Festival, examinations of work by Grant Morrison and Helen Oyeyemi, and more.