In our morning reading: interviews with Glory Edim and Laura van den Berg, how venues shape music, and more.
Afternoon Bites: J. D. Wilkes, Colin Dickey on Ruins, Future Islands, D. Foy’s Latest, and More
In our afternoon reading: thoughts on J. D. Wilkes’s novel, nonfiction by Colin Dickey, and much more.
Afternoon Bites: Frank Stanford, Eileen Myles and Ben Lerner, Alexandra Kleeman Nonfiction, Simenon Audio, and More
In our afternoon reading: notes on two Frank Stanford collections, Eileen Myles and Ben Lerner in conversation, Floridian wolves, and much more.
Here’s the Impressively Retro UK Cover for Morrissey’s Novel
If you’re a fan of Morrissey, the writings of Morrissey, and vintage book cover design, we suspect that you’ll particularly enjoy the look of List of the Lost‘s UK cover.
Morning Bites: Valeria Luiselli’s Writing Space, Warren Ellis Interviewed, “Bats of the Republic” Reviewed, and More
In our morning reading: a look at Valeria Luiselli’s writing space, an interview with Warren Ellis, Morrissey’s novel is coming, new writing from Norman Brannon, and more.
Afternoon Bites: William Gass Interviews, Chris Abani, “Vauxhall & I” at 20, Thomas Hardy Novel Living, and More
For your afternoon reading: a collection of William Gass interviews, thoughts on Chris Abani’s new novel and a twenty-year-old Morrissey album, writing from Sean H. Doyle, comedy in music, and more.
Morning Bites: Morrissey’s Autobiography, New Blake Butler Fiction, Sholem Aleichem Bio, Bejar/Heti Musical, and More
Thoughts on Morrissey’s autobiography; Dan Bejar and Sheila Heti have collaborated on a musical; the art of American malls; and more.
Afternoon Bites: Morrissey Reissued, Broken River Books, Marcel Schwob, Literary Food, and More
“Meanwhile, over with Moz on Wilde’s, detachment isn’t necessarily an insult; that doesn’t make the record a masterpiece, but it does make it one worth revisiting for Moz’s ample cult.” Marc Hogan on the reissued edition of Morrissey’s Kill Uncle. As fans of J. David Osborne’s novel Low Down Death Right Easy, the news that he’s starting Broken River Books, with “a focus on literary crime and neo-noir fiction,” is welcome indeed. Frank O’Hara or Buster Bluth? “If you read the […]