In our afternoon reading: an interview with Hilary Leichter, recommended books in translation, and more.
Morning Bites: Martin Riker Interviewed, Bram Stoker Awards Ballot, Tim Jones-Yelvington’s Latest, and More
In our morning reading: an interview with Martin Riker, reviews of books by Paul Auster and Stephanie LaCava, and more.
Morning Bites: Norman Lock, Revisiting J.D. Salinger, Anne F. Garréta’s Latest, Rikki Ducornet, and More
In our morning reading: new fiction by Norman Lock, thoughts on Rikki Ducornet’s latest novel, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Gary Shteyngart Interviewed, Melissa Febos, Tanaïs Nonfiction, Nina McConigley, and More
In our afternoon reading: an interview with Gary Shteyngart, new essays by Tanaïs and Melissa Febos, and more.
Morning Bites: Believer Book Awards, Gabrielle Bell, Early Murakami, Mary Gaitskill on Culture, and More
The Believer has announced their book awards for the year, a J.D. Salinger film is coming, a look at Gabrielle Bell’s use of fiction and memoir in her comics, and more.
Al Jourgensen writes some comics; Haim-inspired “death of indie” think pieces are disputed; Kevin Barry’s new collection gets reviewed; the Page Turner Festival is this weekend; and more.
Afternoon Bites: Cinematic Bolaño, Sheila Heti and Chris Kraus, Califone’s Latest, “Salinger”‘s Director, and More
Chris Kraus and Sheila Heti talked at The Believer, Rutger Hauer starred in a Roberto Bolaño adaptation, Califone’s latest was reviewed at Dusted, and more.
If you have a time machine bound for 1940 and your heart set on finding J.D. Salinger, Gothamist might be able to help you out. Storychord’s 48th issue features music from Matt LeMay and fiction from Mike Errico. Kathryn Schulz on the current state of the coming-out memoir. Paul Tobin — who wrote the terrific Portland-set, bookseller-starring Gingerbread Girl — talks about his upcoming horror comic Colder. Nicolas Labarre’s “Retelling Planet Stories” project — involving redrawn panels from a 1940s […]