In our afternoon reading: an interview with Quintan Ana Wikswo, thoughts on the writings of Scott Esposito, and more.
Inside the work of Quintan Ana Wikswo’s The Hope of Floating Has Carried Us This Far. * * * Dear Friend, First, I received an electronic version of your book. Then a hardcopy version arrived on the doorstep of this far-flung outpost. Then another hardcopy. And then another. They began piling up on my stoop like volcanic ash.
Vol.1 Brooklyn’s June 2015 Books Preview
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 […]