In our afternoon reading: new Rachel Kushner fiction, a look at Riot Grrrl lit, notable indie press books, and more.
Weekend Bites: Rachel Kushner on “Underworld,” Yoss, New Jersey Lit, Jamie Iredell on California, and More
In our weekend reading: Rachel Kushner revisits “Underworld,” new essays from Jamie Iredell and Yoss, Patrick Stickles and Craig Finn in conversation, and more.
Afternoon Bites: New Rachel Kushner Fiction, Lucy K. Shaw Interviewed, “Station Eleven” Excerpt, Music and Surveillance, and More
In our afternoon reading: new fiction from Rachel Kushner, notes on music and surveillance culture, thoughts on César Aira’s fiction, an interview with Lucy K. Shaw, and more.
In our morning reading: the upcoming On Immunity marathon reading, literary B-sides, delving into Noah Baumbach’s films, a report from AWP, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Michael Robbins, Writers’ Spaces, Richard Price Interviewed, Baseball Books, and More
In our afternoon reading: a new Michael Robbins essay; Caryn Rose recommends baseball books; interviews with Richard Price, Kevin Nguyen, and Sir Richard Bishop; the flipside of the vinyl boom; and more.
The books that we’re most excited for this month are a wildly varied bunch, ranging from work that pushes the boundaries of memoir to a collection of novellas from one of our favorite contemporary authors. Incisive satire, blistering experimental fiction, and journeys into literary history: this March has something for virtually all literary tastes. Read on for some of the highlights of the month to come.
Morning Bites: Sharon Van Etten, Mel Brooks Interviewed, Nathaniel P. Reconsidered, “The Flamethrowers” on Film, and More
Checking in with Sharon Van Etten, Mel Brooks on the making of Blazing Saddles, Jane Campion may adapt The Flamethrowers, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Authors’ Regrets, Rachel Kushner, Joseph Riippi Excerpt, Eleanor Friedberger Interviewed, and More
This afternoon: an excerpt from Joseph Riippi’s new book, Karolina Waclawiak on Kyle Minor’s latest, authors’ regrets regarding their fiction, and more.