In our afternoon reading: reviews of novels by Bethany C. Morrow and Nicola Griffith, new writing by Rebecca Solnit, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Megan Giddings, Kevin Nguyen’s Playlist, Hilary Leftwich, Revisiting “Severance,” and More
In our afternoon reading: talking books with Megan Giddings, a playlist from Kevin Nguyen, and more.
In our weekend reading: an award for Ling Ma, thoughts on Nathan Ballingrud’s fiction, and much more.
The fiction we admired most in 2018 ran the proverbial gamut from thought-provoking surrealism to evocative realism. Some illuminated the present day or recent past, while others ventured into much more uncharted territory. Some took us to unimaginable psyches; others showcased how ordinary people dealt with the extraordinary. Here’s a look at ten of our favorite works of fiction this year.
Morning Bites: Ling Ma, Kat Gardiner Interviewed, Revisiting Cristina Rivera Garza, Swearin’, and More
In our morning reading: thoughts on books by Ling Ma and Cristina Rivera Garza, an interview with Kat Gardiner, and more.
In our weekend reading: reviews of books by Raymond Queneau and Ling Ma, an interview with Dev Hynes, and more.
In our afternoon reading: thoughts on books by Ling Ma and Mike Sacks, the musical legacy of Nico, and more.
In our afternoon reading: fiction by Ben Loory and Laura van den Berg, an interview with John Langan, and more.