In our weekend reading: interviews with Sam Lipsyte, reviews of books by Kristen Roupenian and William Boyle, and more.
Weekend Bites: Sam Lipsyte, Mairead Case Interviewed, Belgian Surrealists, Troy James Weaver on Shoegaze, and More
In our weekend reading: interviews with Sam Lipsyte and Mairead Case, poetry from Mike Lala, and more.
A new year has begun. What does the new literary year have in store for us? If January is any indication, there’s a host of acclaimed short fiction on the way; in addition to that, there are new works by some of our favorite writers, as well as acclaimed fiction from around the globe. Here’s a look at some of the January books that have caught our eye.
Our morning reading includes new nonfiction from Jesmyn Ward, Sam Lipsyte, Maris Kreizman, Zachary Lipez, and Scaachi Koul; as well as a whole lot more.
Afternoon Bites: Sam Lipsyte Essay, Sofia Samatar, Fictional Pop Acts, Jac Jemc Interviewed, and More
In our afternoon reading: nonfiction from Sam Lipsyte and Jim Ruland, an interview with Jac Jemc, a guide to why you should be reading Sofia Samatar, and more.
For your weekend reading: a profile of Tavi Gevinson, Neil deGrasse Tyson on science fiction films, plastic bags in the works of Sam Lipsyte, Minutemen-themed comics, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Knausgaard and Painting, New Lipsyte Fiction, Mitchell S. Jackson, Linn Ullmann Reviewed, and More
This afternoon: new writing from Mitchell S. Jackson and Sam Lipsyte, Adrian Van Young on Linn Ullmann’s latest, Father John Misty on writing songs and books, and more.
Reading about science, economics, and history in order to get out of our bubble. It became important for me in 2013 to read things that weren’t about Brooklyn, American literature, booze, grub, hair, or the fifty-five TV shows you just have to be watching. I get through non-fiction quicker than novels, because I’m not tearing it apart while I read it. So I took to the stars and the soil whenever possible. Livescience, Orion, The New Yorker, Cosmos, Discover, Outside, […]