In our afternoon reading: thoughts on Jos Charles’s poetry, Julia Jacquette and Jonathan Lethem collaborate, and more.
Morning Bites: HTRK Returns, Jos Charles on Poetry, PJ Harvey’s Book, and More
In our morning reading: new music from HTRK, an excerpt from Fanny Howe’s new book, and more.
Vol. 1 Brooklyn’s March 2022 Book Preview
And now, somehow, it’s March. We’re not sure how that happened, either. Nevertheless, it is the case, even as the weather decides to vacillate between “bitter cold” and “maybe picnic weather?” It’s a strange time. Our recommended books for the month also cover a lot of ground, from insightful looks into the art of writing to immersive forays into surreal landscapes. Read on for what we’re looking forward to this month.
Vol.1 Brooklyn’s Best of 2018: Poetry
2018 brought with it a lot of great poetry. Some revisited older forms or older stories to create something vital and new, while others took bold risks with language in order to illuminate aspects of the present sociopolitical condition. Whether they were causing us to rethink the quotidian or leading us to unexpected places, here are some of our favorite examples of verse that emerged this year.
Morning Bites: Jos Charles Interviewed, Dennis Cooper on Film, Katharine Kilalea, and More
In our morning reading: interviews with Jos Charles and Katharine Kilalea, Dennis Cooper on filmmaking, and more.
Vol.1 Brooklyn’s August 2018 Book Preview
What does the month of August have in store for us? In terms of books, the answer is “a lot.” From new works by longtime favorites of ours to unpredictable experimental books to newly translated titles, August has a whole lot to offer. Here’s a look at some of the titles that have caught our attention for the month to come.