In our morning reading: news of a James Baldwin novel adapted for film, interviews with Juan Martinez and Joshua Cohen, and more.
In our morning reading: the legacy of Octavia E. Butler, new writing from Karan Mahajan and D. Foy, and more.
In our afternoon reading: new writing from Jami Attenberg, interviews with Karan Mahajan and Laurie Anderson, and more.
Morning Bites: George Saunders Talks Politics, Maryse Meijer Fiction, De La Soul Revisited, Marisa Anderson, and More
In our morning reading: George Saunders on politics; Jenny Zhang, Tanwi Nandini Islam, and Karan Mahajan in conversation; The Millions previews the second half of the year; and more.
In our morning reading: a new essay from Chloe Caldwell, thoughts on books from Maggie Nelson and Karan Mahajan, and more.
Karan Mahajan’s second novel, The Association of Small Bombs, is as newsworthy and timely as any book released this year. Published on the same day of the bombings in Brussels, The Association… tells the story of a “small” bombing and the emotional and physically effects that stay with the people involved in the decades to come. As Mahajan will tell you though, there is no such thing as a small bomb. Every terrorist attack leaves deep scars, but the author […]
This March brings it with a host of books that we’re eager to read–everything from thought-provoking and incisive nonfiction to unexpected national histories to transportive, unpredictable fiction. Some come from authors whose work we’ve come to trust; others fall into the category of highly anticipated debuts. Here’s a look at some of the books that have us most excited for the upcoming month.