Interviews with Rebecca Solnit and Teju Cole, a French bookstore opens in the city, thoughts on Luke B. Goebel’s new book, restaurants staffed by robots, and more.
From work by acclaimed poets to novels tracing the collapse of civilization to unlikely studies of history, September will bring a host of highly-anticipated books. In a new monthly feature, we’re previewing some of the books we’re most excited about, including work from Saeed Jones, Emily St. John Mandel, Michael Robbins, Merritt Tierce, John Darnielle, Eimear McBride, and more.
Afternoon Bites: New Luke B. Goebel Fiction, “The Congress” Reviewed, Kate Bush Albums as Books, Norman Brannon on Cultural Memory, and More
New writing from Luke B. Goebel and Leslie Jamison, Norman Brannon on cultural memory, a report from Justin Taylor and Jess Row’s recent event, and more.
Vol.1 Brooklyn and the Franklin Park Reading Series are proud to present the Brooklyn launch party for Luke B. Goebel‘s debut novel, Fourteen Stories, None of Them Are Yours. Gobel will read from his work, and then will be interviewed by Vol.1 Brooklyn managing editor Tobias Carroll. Blake Butler had this to say about Goebel’s book: “About twenty pages into Luke B. Goebel’s Fourteen Stories: None of Them Are Yours, I realized I was reading with one hand holding my […]
Afternoon Bites: Teju Cole Talks Art, Luke B. Goebel on Process, Tom Tom Magazine, Ascetic House Live, and More
Thoughts on art from Teju Cole, thoughts on writing from Luke B. Goebel, Ascetic House-affiliated bands play NYC, notes on privacy and science fiction, and more.