In our morning reading: interviews with Hala Alyan and Quintan Ana Wikswo, revisiting the music of Laurie Spiegel, and more.
Morning Bites: Rodrigo Fresán Fiction, Lynell George Interviewed, Quintan Ana Wikswo, Silent Barn Remembered, and More
In our morning reading: fiction by Rodrigo Fresán, a look back at the legacy of Silent Barn, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Geoff Dyer, Quintan Ana Wikswo Interviewed, Korean Modernists, Rachel Kushner, and More
In our afternoon reading: thoughts on a new Geoff Dyer book, interviews with Quintan Ana Wikswo and Rachel Kushner, and more.
Morning Bites: Porochista Khakpour Nonfiction, Quintan Ana Wikswo’s Latest, Curtis White, and More
In our morning reading: new writing by Porochista Khakpour, thoughts on books by Quintan Ana Wikswo and Curtis White, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Morgan Parker Interviewed, Total Control’s Latest, Quintan Ana Wikswo on Art, Hollie Cook, and More
In our afternoon reading: an interview with Morgan Parker, thoughts on music by Total Control and Hollie Cook, and more.
“I Write Like a Haunting”: An Interview With Quintan Ana Wikswo
To read the books of Quintan Ana Wikswo is to become enveloped in them, and in their author’s wholly immersive juxtaposition of text and images. 2015’s The Hope of Floating Has Carried Us This Far blended short texts with haunting images of structures and landscapes. 2017’s A Long Curving Scar Where the Heart Should Be brings together the architectural and the anatomical, in telling the story of a family living on the fringes of a corrupt, hateful society. I talked […]
Afternoon Bites: Quintan Ana Wikswo, Kiki Petrosino’s Playlist, Marilynne Robinson, Rahawa Haile on 2017, and More
In our afternoon reading: a review of Quintan Ana Wikswo’s new book, new writing from Rahawa Haile and Marilynne Robinson, and more.
Vol.1 Brooklyn’s October 2017 Book Preview
The books that have gotten our attention for the month of October are a wide-ranging bunch, ranging from eagerly anticipated works from literary titans to bold voices from across the globe appearing in translation. Here’s a look at some of the works that we’re most excited about for the weeks to come.