It’s been a decade since Natasha Wimmer’s translation of Roberto Bolaño’s 2666 was first published in the United States. Given this amount of time, several writers have begun exploring the impact and influence of Bolaño’s bibliography, with a particular focus on this mammoth work. That’s the case with Jonathan Russell Clark’s An Oasis of Horror in a Desert of Boredom, which does an excellent job of explaining why Bolaño’s work continues to resonate today, even as it also critiques aspects […]
In our morning reading: an excerpt from Jonathan Russell Clark’s new book about 2666, writing by Paula Bomer, and much more.
In our morning reading: an interview with Hermione Hoby, new music from By the Grace of God, and much more.
Afternoon Bites: D. Foy on Tattoos, Alice Coltrane’s Legacy, Meredith Alling, Priests’ Latest, and More
In our afternoon reading: talking tattoos with D. Foy, Meredith Alling on writing her collection, new music from Priests, and more.