What literary delights does March bring? A number of books we’ve been awaiting eagerly for years, for one thing, including new works by Mitchell S. Jackson and Seth Fried. A host of ambitious literary debuts as well — and a number of collections of short fiction that push at the limits of storytelling. Here’s a look at some of the March books we’re looking forward to the most.
In our morning reading: interviews with Brian Evenson and Jez Burrows, nonfiction by Alexander Chee, and more.
In our afternoon reading: an excerpt from Juliet Escoria’s new book, new nonfiction from Molly Crabapple and Dave Tompkins, and much more.
In our morning reading: an interview with Garth Greenwell, new writing from Eric Boyd and Kristine Ong Muslim, and more.
In our morning reading: remembering the life and work of Katherine Dunn, an interview with Pamela Erens, new writing from Kevin Nguyen, and more.
In our afternoon reading: Leslie Jamison and Catherine Lacey in conversation, a new issue of Storychord, Joseph Riippi on Sarah Manguso, “Geek Love” at 25, and more.
A look at the lasting relevance of Moby-Dick, interviews with Mecca Normal and Evan Osnos, notes on Thrown and GB84, and more.