In our morning reading: new fiction by Norman Lock, thoughts on Rikki Ducornet’s latest novel, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Michael Arceneaux Interviewed, Ha Seong-nan, Marcelo Hernandez Castillo’s Memoir, Norman Lock, and More
In our afternoon reading: an interview with Michael Arceneaux, new writing from Norman Lock, and more.
Morning Bites: Sharma Shields, Norman Lock Interviewed, Sarah Weinman Nonfiction, Honey Radar, and More
In our morning reading: new writing by Sharma Shields and Sarah Weinman, an interview with Norman Lock, and more.
What does the month of July have to offer? Fireworks, rising temperatures, and an increased likelihood of humidity. In terms of books, the outlook is better: everything from debut fiction to reissues of cult novels, along with eagerly awaited books from some of our longtime favorites. Whether you’re headed to the beach or holing up inside with the air conditioning, this month’s new books offer plenty to delight and impress you.
Afternoon Bites: Kelby Losack Interviewed, Adapting “Native Son,” Norman Lock on Samuel Beckett, Édouard Louis, and More
In our afternoon reading: interviews with Kelby Losack and Michele Filgate, new writing from Norman Lock, and more.
In our afternoon reading: new writing from Norman Lock, video of a recent Esmé Weijun Wang reading, thoughts on Nivhek’s new album, and more.
I always get something wrong in these. There’s generally one book that I utterly forget to include, remember two days later, and curse myself for leaving out. And this year, I’m throwing in some thoughts on music, so that should offer even more opportunities for retrospective regret. I’m getting in just under the wire with this one, yes indeed.
The month of June brings with it a widely varied host of literature. If you’re in the mood for literary fiction from some of the most adept practitioners of it, you’re going to be pretty well taken care of. Perhaps you’re searching for work from a cult writer that’s only recently re-entered the spotlight? Some of these books fall into this category as well. From surreal, disorienting fiction to explorations of spaces familiar and historic, these books offer plenty for […]