In our afternoon reading: thoughts on Mdou Moctar’s new album, reports from AWP, and much more.
Afternoon Bites: Mark Fisher Revisited, Germán Sierra, John McPhee Interviewed, The Spinanes, and More
In our afternoon reading: thoughts on books by Mark Fisher and Germán Sierra, an interview with John McPhee, and more.
Morning Bites: Mariana Enríquez on Writing, Mark Fisher, Brian Dillon Interviewed, Joe McPhee and Hamid Drake, and More
In our morning reading: thoughts on writing from Mariana Enríquez, an interview with Brian Dillon, and much more.
And here we go, deeper into fall. Daylight Savings Time looms this weekend, making for shorter days and longer nights; colder temperatures beckon. Does that make it the right time of the year to curl up with a book? Well, sure–but is there ever not a good time of year for that? Among the books we’re most excited about this month are bold riffs on detective fiction, genre-defying narratives, and works of fiction and nonfiction that put politics and culture into sharp relief. Here are some November books (plus a pair from the final days of October) that have caught our eye.
In our morning reading: interviews with Weike Wang and Brian Evenson, new fiction from Annie DeWitt, and more.
With the year at its end, Vol.1 Brooklyn’s editors are looking back on the year, and on a couple of notable works that we published. Maybe you’d like to revisit 2017’s Sunday Stories and essays as well.
Morning Bites: “My Times With the Kings,” Brontez Purnell Interviewed, Kristen Radtke, Mark Fisher Remembered, and More
In our morning reading: an excerpt from “My Time With the Kings,” new work from Kristen Radtke, an interview with Brontez Purnell, and more.