In our afternoon reading: an interview with Christine Sneed, book recommendations from Hannah Sloane, and more.
And now it’s July. Most of the time, when we assemble these lists, there are one or two themes that stand out across the books selected. This time out, it’s a little more of a grab bag: a little experimental fiction here, a little translated comics there. Still, we’re very enthusiastic about what the month has in store, including new books from some longtime favorites — and a few Sunday Stories alumni.
Morning Bites: Sofia Samatar, The Scofield Returns, Álvaro Enrigue Interviewed, Maggie Nelson, and More
In our morning reading: conversations with Sofia Samatar, Maggie Nelson, and Álvaro Enrigue; the latest issue of The Scofield; and more.
We’re very excited about the forthcoming publication of Jane Liddle’s collection Murder by 421 Atlanta. We’ve published her fiction here at Vol.1 Brooklyn, and we’re honored to be presenting her book release party at WORD this April. Joining her for readings will be Sean H. Doyle and Hannah Sloane. All three will read, followed by a conversation between Doyle and Liddle.
Afternoon Bites: Maggie Nelson, ABC No Rio History, New Nina McConigley Writing, Nathan Poole Interviewed, and More
In our afternoon reading: an interview with Maggie Nelson, new writing from Nina McConigley, McSweeney’s runs a Kickstarter campaign, and much more.
Morning Bites: Revisiting “Hopscotch,” Jynne Dilling Martin, New Sarah Gerard Fiction, Whiting Award Winners, and More
In our morning reading: a series of Cortázar-inspired photographs, checking in with Jynne Dilling Martin, adapting Ishiguro’s latest for film, new fiction from Sarah Gerard and Hannah Sloane, and more.