It’s been a great year for nonfiction so far, with work that’s encompassed everything from memorable and harrowing true-life stories to formally bold takes on everyday topics. What follows is a look at some of the nonfiction books that have gotten our attention in the first half of this year.
Our most anticipated reads for the month of July are a disparate bunch: there’s formally inventive fiction, in-depth explorations of beloved cultural phenomena, expansive looks at the evolution of a genre, and skewed looks at the past, present, and future. And there’s also a striking-looking graphic novel exploring the singular life of a cult musician. As the temperature gets higher and the range of outdoor activities grows, here are a number of reasons to carry a book with you as […]
It’s too early to say, but The Incantations of Daniel Johnston, a graphic novel that Two Dollar Radio have slated for a July release, by Ricardo Cavolo and written by Scott McClanahan, might have the best cover of the year. Sorry to all other books that are out in 2016, this thing is just glorious.