In our weekend reading: an interview with Jonathan Lethem, Julie Buntin on new books by Nico Walker and Lisa Locascio, and much more.
Weekend Bites: Julie Buntin Interviewed, Mikkel Rosengaard, Michelle Dean’s Latest, International Harvester, and More
In our weekend reading: interviews with Julie Buntin and Mikkel Rosengaard, advice on making a book, and much more.
Right about now, the days are long and air conditioners are cranked up high. It’s the middle of the year: the colder months are in sight, and we’re over halfway to whatever surprises 2018 might have in store. It’s also a great time for taking stock of the first six months of 2017 — in our case, that means a look back at some recent books we’ve enjoyed. Thus, here’s a look at ten of the books that most impressed […]
Morning Bites: Victor LaValle’s Latest, Julie Buntin and Gabe Habash, Lidia Yuknavitch Interviewed, Talking DIY, and More
In our morning reading: thoughts on Victor LaValle’s new book, Julie Buntin and Gabe Habash in conversation, and more.
In our morning reading: thoughts on books by Julie Buntin and Mathias Énard, John Mulaney on comedy and music, and more.
Morning Bites: Julie Buntin, Cosey Fanni Tutti’s Memoir, James Sturm, Mary Timony Interviewed, and More
In our morning reading: interviews with Julie Buntin, Jim Ruland, and Mary Timony; a “Twin Peaks” reading list; and more.
Afternoon Bites: Scaachi Koul, Chinelo Okparanta Recommends Fiction, Julie Buntin, Daisy Johnson’s Latest, and More
In our afternoon reading: an interview with Scaachi Koul, book recommendations from Chinelo Okparanta, an excerpt from Julie Buntin’s novel, and more.
As we careen headlong into the season of spring, the weather is growing warmer, the trees are growing greener, and new books are continuing to make their way into the world. April in particular abounds with essay and short story collections that have caught our eye, from debut works to collected editions that span the arc of a career. This isn’t to say that collections make up the entirety of the list you’re about to read; you’ll also find fiction […]