In our afternoon reading: an interview with Morgan Parker, thoughts on Izumi Suzuki’s short fiction, and more.
In our morning reading: an interview with Michael Cisco, an award for Sarah Pinsker, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Deb Olin Unferth’s Latest, Michael Cisco, David Leo Rice Interviewed, African Head Charge, and More
In our afternoon reading: a review of Deb Olin Unferth’s new novel, interviews with Michael Cisco and David Leo Rice, and more.
Morning Bites: Rebekah Frumkin, Michael Cisco Interviewed, Dennis Cooper’s Film, Revisiting The Raincoats, and More
In our morning reading: thoughts on Rebekah Frumkin’s new novel, an interview with Michael Cisco, and much more.
Well, it’s April. Nominally it’s springtime–but the presence of snowy weather and temperatures friendly to hot cocoa and roaring fires suggests otherwise. Metaphorically speaking, though, that range of moods and modes lines up pretty neatly with the books that are on our radar for this month–everything from works in translation to bold collections of nonfiction to eagerly-anticipated literary debuts. Here’s a look at several of the books that we’re most excited to explore this month.
Afternoon Bites: Eugene Lim’s Latest, Rebecca Entel, Literary Horror, Michael Cisco Fiction, and More
In our afternoon reading: discussing Eugene Lim’s new book, interviews with Paul Auster and Sherman Alexie, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Kathleen Hanna Interviewed, Jeff Jackson’s Recommendations, Nalo Hopkinson, Michael Cisco Fiction, and More
In our afternoon reading: interviews with Kathleen Hanna and Joe Hill, new fiction from Michael Cisco, and much more.
There aren’t many writers for whom you could plausibly argue that their longest, most sprawling work also serves as the best introduction to their work–but then, Michael Cisco is not (as the saying goes) most writers. Animal Money is the third of Cisco’s novels that I’ve read. Previously, I’d taken in Celebrant and The Narrator, both of which blended elements that wouldn’t be out of place in more traditional fantasy stories with unsettling narrative elements–hints that the setting might be […]