In our morning reading: exploring the writings of Clarice Lispector, an interview with Nicholas Mancusi, and more.
What does the month of June have in store for us? When it comes to books, plenty. A few debut novels we’ve been excited about since they were first announced, some new works by longtime Vol.1 Brooklyn favorites, and some works in translation that promise to expand our horizons. Here’s a look at some of the books that have us most intrigued for the month to come.
Weekend Bites: Robert Macfarlane, Jason Diamond Interviewed, Prince’s Archive, Weird Fiction, and More
In our weekend reading: Robert Macfarlane on language, Jason Diamond on John Hughes, and much more.
In our afternoon reading: novels about translators, an interview with Robert Macfarlane, nonfiction from Nell Zink, and more.
This month brings with a host of bold nonfiction, including books in which talented writers shine a light on the creative works that have impressed them over the years, incisive memoirs, and a new collection of writing on race in America. There’s also plenty of innovative fiction due out this month, along with a few works that defy easy description. What follows is a look at several of the books for which we’re excited that are due out in the […]
Morning Bites: Claudia Rankine, Alexander Chee Nonfiction, Terry Riley at 80, Superscript Conference, and More
In our morning reading: essential new nonfiction from Claudia Rankine and Alexander Chee, a report from the Superscript Conference, an interview with Pilot Viruet, and more.