Pine America by Sean H. Doyle Off and on for the better part of two decades, I was casual friends with a guy named Mark. Rumor had it that he had walked in on his father right at the moment his father decided to take his own life via shotgun. Mark was a few years older than I was, and was part of the tail end of the first wave of Phoenix punk rockers. He had been in a marginally […]
In our morning reading: reviews of books by Angela Palm and Arundhati Roy, poetry by Sean H. Doyle, and more.
Morning Bites: Raoul Peck Interviewed, David Grossman’s Latest, Jason DeBoer, “Wuthering Heights,” and More
In our morning reading: an interview with Raoul Peck, thoughts on books by David Grossman and Jason DeBoer, and more.
In our afternoon reading: new writing from Jami Attenberg, interviews with Karan Mahajan and Laurie Anderson, and more.
In our afternoon reading: novels about translators, an interview with Robert Macfarlane, nonfiction from Nell Zink, and more.
Morning Bites: Dana Spiotta, Sean H. Doyle Interviewed, Helen Oyeyemi, Olivia Laing’s Latest, and More
In our morning reading: Rachel Kushner and Dana Spiotta in conversation, interviews with Sean H. Doyle and Helen Oyeyemi, and more.
We’re very excited about the forthcoming publication of Jane Liddle’s collection Murder by 421 Atlanta. We’ve published her fiction here at Vol.1 Brooklyn, and we’re honored to be presenting her book release party at WORD this April. Joining her for readings will be Sean H. Doyle and Hannah Sloane. All three will read, followed by a conversation between Doyle and Liddle.
2015 WAS A GOOD YEAR AND A GOOD YEAR AIN’T A THING TO SCOFF AT Year-end lists are always so hot/cold/sterile/bacterial and feel kind of gross in a lot of ways because it’s always clear that things get overlooked or things get omitted or things get hyped and everyone is either mad happy or mad bummed after reading them. This is not a list as much as it is a shout in the liner notes of a record that I […]