In our afternoon reading: reviews of books by Rowan Ricardo Phillips and Mike Faloon, new writing by Kaitlyn Greenidge and Jen Michalski, and more.
The Edge of Thirteen by Jen Michalski Welsh witch, gold dust woman, whatever you want to call her, when I first saw Stevie Nicks in the MTV video “Stand Back,” backlit and strutting toward a huge fan while on an elevated treadmill, her arms spread like a powerful chiffon bird, it was if she had swooped into our living room and stole my heart.
In our morning reading: Justin Taylor on the fiction of Rachel Ingalls, a report from an Astro Poets event, and much more.
Morning Bites: Jennifer Tseng and Idra Novey, John Freeman Gill Fiction, Gun Outfit’s Latest, and More
In our morning reading: Jennifer Tseng and Idra Novey in conversation, a playlist from Elizabeth Hand, and more.
In our morning reading: Ben Loory fiction, an essay by Helen McClory, a documentary about the Chills, and more.
In our afternoon reading: thoughts on Danzy Senna’s new book, a list of international dystopian fiction, a conversation with Anders Nilsen, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Philip Roth on Politics, Steph Post’s Playlist, Neil Gaiman’s Bookshelf, Jen Michalski, and More
In our afternoon reading: talking politics with Philip Roth, thoughts on Jen Michalski’s latest book, a look at Neil Gaiman’s bookshelf, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Doris Lessing’s Legacy, Pitchfork In Print, Revisiting “Homage to Catalonia,” Jen Michalski, and More
This afternoon’s reading: Jody Rosen on Kanye West, Michelle Dean on Doris Lessing, Pitchfork’s new journal, and much more.