In our afternoon reading: Paul Constant on Sharma Shields and literary cryptozoology, interviews with Kelly Link and Dolan Morgan, new Amelia Gray fiction, and much more.
Afternoon Bites: Kelly Link Interviewed, John Carpenter’s Album, Owen Pallett, David Duchovny Talks Books, and More
In our afternoon reading: talking books with David Duchovny, talking Florida with Kelly Link, notes on publishing Nick Jaina, Dennis Cooper previews the literary year, and more.
Morning Bites: Lindsay Hunter on Chicago Lit, Catapult Debuts, Jeremy Robert Johnson, Capsule Hotels, and More
In our morning reading: Lindsay Hunter on Chicago’s literary scene, thoughts on Kelly Link’s new book, new nonfiction from Rebecca Mead and Aaron Gilbreath, an interview with Chastity Belt, and more.
February’s on us now, and the notable books due out this month are a wide-ranging group. There’s surreal fiction, including the first new collection from Kelly Link in several years; memoirs by two key figures in New York City’s music scene; astute takes on politics and literature from a writer who’s called cities on three continents home; and much more.
In our morning reading: interviews with Kelly Link, Meredith Graves, John Dermot Woods, and Mike Pace; novels about Muslim life; inside AND Publishing; and more.
Afternoon Bites: New Kelly Link Fiction, Recommended Comics, Scott Cheshire, Wendy Rene Remembered, and More
In our afternoon reading: new fiction from Kelly Link and Amber Sparks; Scott Cheshire on his year in reading; notes on writing from Emily St. John Mandel; Sofia Samatar on The Empathy Exams; and more.
Emily St. John Mandel wrote about Susan Sontag, an interview with Kelly Link, art on Governors Island, the history of a 90-year-old typewriter, and more.