In our morning reading: a literary award for John Edgar Wideman, interview with Nicole Dennis-Benn and Kathleen Alcott, and more.
In our morning reading: Laura van den Berg on Sarah Gerard’s latest, a look at how the independent film world has evolved, and much more.
Afternoon Bites: Margaret Atwood at Comic-Con, Jim Ruland, Kathleen Alcott Interviewed, Warren Ellis, and More
In our afternoon reading: talking comics with Margaret Atwood, new writing from Jim Ruland, interviews with Kathleen Alcott and Warren Ellis, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Daniel Saldaña París Fiction, Kathleen Alcott, Tig Notaro on Books, The Empty Bottle, and More
In our afternoon reading: new writing from Daniel Saldaña París and Kathleen Alcott, Jason Diamond on The Empty Bottle, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Rachel B. Glaser Interviewed, College Rock, James Salter Revisited, Victor LaValle’s Latest, and More
In our afternoon reading: interviews with Rachel B. Glaser and Stephen King, fiction from Sasha Fletcher, an excerpt from Victor LaValle’s new novella, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Lucia Berlin, Joan Didion’s Politics, Literary Friendship, Adam Johnson Interviewed, and More
In our afternoon reading: a discussion of the writings of Lucia Berlin, a look at Joan Didion’s political evolution, an interview with Adam Johnson, and more.
Looking at the books due out this month, one can find an impressive array of styles, genres, and aesthetics on display. Do you like incisive essays about American society and culture? How about well-received debut fiction, or collections spanning decades of work? Regardless of what you’re seeking, August holds an abundance of literary riches. Here are some of the books due out this month that we’re most excited about.
Celebrate the Paperback Edition of Matt Dojny’s “The Festival of Earthly Delights” with Readings and Karaoke
We’re tremendous admirers of Matt Dojny‘s work, and we’re pleased to announce that we’ll be presenting the paperback release of his novel The Festival of Earthly Delights later this month. In a review of the novel at The Rumpus, Elizabeth Word Gutting noted that “there’s also no comparison to reading a novel that it’s clear a writer had a ton of fun writing.” Joining Dojny with readings will be Kathleen Alcott, Halimah Marcus, Jason Porter, and John Wray. Vol.1 Brooklyn’s Jason […]