In our afternoon reading: thoughts on books by Fernanda Melchor and Karen Joy Fowler, adapting Min Jin Lee’s fiction for television, and more.
Morning Bites: Allegra Hyde’s Recommendations, Chris L. Terry on Songs:Ohia, Great Minicomics, and More
In our morning reading: Allegra Hyde’s book recommendations, the Tournament of Books begins, and more.
It’s December, and the year has begun to reach its end. There’s a chill in the air; the streets of the city have grown more quiet, and jackets and scarves can be seen marching down the sidewalks. The year still has some notable books due to be released, however: everything from late works by acclaimed authors to stylistically bold experimental works by new and vital voices. Here’s a look at some of the books due out this month that have […]
Afternoon Bites: Karen Joy Fowler, Richard Hell Reading, Juliet Escoria’s Mix, Max Brooks Interviewed, and More
This afternoon: thoughts on Lynne Tillman’s new collection, a mix from Juliet Escoria, Karen Joy Fowler wins the PEN/Faulkner Award for Fiction, Richard Hell reads from his memoir, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Jack Handey Returns, Steve Gunn Reviewed, Surreal Fiction, The Gordon Kurtti Project, and More
“Deep Thoughts” creator Jack Handey has a new nove, Amanda Petrusich reviews the new album from Kurt Vile collaborator Steve Gunn, a look back at the 80s New York art scene, Karen Joy Fowler recommends surreal fiction, and more.