In our afternoon reading: an interview with Jeff VanderMeer, thoughts on the new Six Organs of Admittance album, and more.
Vol.1 Brooklyn’s September 2019 Book Preview
And lo, we’re in September. Nominally, the weather should start to get cooler; by month’s end, we might just see the first glimmerings of the coziness that autumn brings. What are we looking forward to reading this month? A whole array of books, from new works by old favorites to long-awaited debuts. There’s a lot to look forward to here; what follows is a look at some of the books we’re most excited about.
Afternoon Bites: Matthew Revert and Vanessa Rossetto, Chaya Bhuvaneswar’s Playlist, Revisiting Hagiwara Sakutarō, and More
In our afternoon reading: thoughts on new music by Matthew Revert and Vanessa Rossetto, a playlist from Chaya Bhuvaneswar, and more.
Behold the Textured Cover for Gabino Iglesias’s Forthcoming Novel “Coyote Songs”
We were huge admirers of Zero Saints, the most recent novel from frequent Vol.1 Brooklyn contributor Gabino Iglesias…
Surreal Nightmares and Literary Convergence: A Review of Matthew Revert’s “Human Trees”
Nothing compares to the satisfaction of seeing an author achieve exactly what you thought them capable of after reading their first couple of books. Matthew Revert, perhaps the most influential and sought-after graphic designer in indie publishing, is also one of the most exciting voices in the space where surreal, literary, and plain weird fiction meet. With the release of Human Trees, his latest novel, that position has somewhat morphed into something new. After reading the book, it becomes obvious […]