Vol.1 Brooklyn is pleased to present an excerpt from Michael J. Seidlinger’s new book in the Bookmarked series–in this case, a book about Mark Z. Danielewski’s harrowing, experimental novel House of Leaves. In it, Seidlinger explores the influence of Danielewski’s novel on his own writing, and delves into questions of process, inspiration, and frustration.
Morning Bites: Scott Cheshire on Dambudzo Marechera, Kembrew McLeod on Blondie, Flann O’Brien, and More
In our morning reading: new Dambudzo Marechera-inspired nonfiction from Scott Cheshire, John Banville on Flann O’Brien, fiction from Chelsea Hickock, and more.
Mud Luscious Press has released [ C. ], an anthology of its stamp stories. Contributors include Joshua Cohen, Kate Bernheimer, Blake Butler, Deb Olin Unferth, Laird Hunt, and many more. Mark Z. Danielewski’s upcoming novel The Familiar will be published in 27 distinct volumes. That’s like…four and a half The Green Miles. Alison Hallett on the anonymously written (and memorably titled) Love Is Not Constantly Wondering If You Are Making the Biggest Mistake Of Your Life. Mike Wood reviews the […]