In our afternoon reading: thoughts on Rob Mazurek’s new album, an interview with Bryan Washington, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Marilynne Robinson Interviewed, C.L. Polk, Center for Fiction Fellows, Ivan Vladislavic, and More
In our afternoon reading: an interview with Marilynne Robinson, delving into the music of Sunn 0))), and more.
Morning Bites: Sad13, Revisiting Denis Johnson, Ivan Vladislavić, Sarah Davachi Interviewed, and More
In our morning reading: thoughts on Sad13’s new album, Rax King on writing, and more.
Morning Bites: Ivan Vladislavić, 5 Under 35, Darin Strauss Interviewed, Lucinda Williams, and More
In our morning reading: a review of Ivan Vladislavić’s new book, an interview with Darin Strauss, and more.
Morning Bites: Richard Chiem, Jenny Zhang’s Latest, Jac Jemc’s Novel, Ivan Vladislavić, and More
In our morning reading: thoughts on books by Richard Chiem, Jac Jemc, and Jenny Zhang; and much more.
Morning Bites: Molly Crabapple Interviewed, Mairead Case, Eula Biss Nonfiction, Ivan Vladislavić, and More
In our morning reading: interviews with Molly Crabapple and Ivan Vladislavić, a review of Mairead Case’s novel, and more.
A Glimpse of the Influence of Philip Roth’s “Writers from the Other Europe”
At Literary Hub, you’ll find a conversation between Nuruddin Farah and Ivan Vladislavić on a variety of topics. (We interviewed Vladislavić last year.) One of the areas of discussion focused on Vladislavić’s political awareness as a writer. In his response, he alluded to his search for the best way to address the politics of apartheid-era South Africa in his own work, and took influence from an unexpected place.
Vol.1 Brooklyn’s June 2015 Books Preview
The month of June brings with it a widely varied host of literature. If you’re in the mood for literary fiction from some of the most adept practitioners of it, you’re going to be pretty well taken care of. Perhaps you’re searching for work from a cult writer that’s only recently re-entered the spotlight? Some of these books fall into this category as well. From surreal, disorienting fiction to explorations of spaces familiar and historic, these books offer plenty for […]