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┬áKill 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 […]

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