In our afternoon reading: thoughts on the books of Stanisław Lem, Michael J. Seidlinger on quarantine reading.
In our weekend reading: why you should read Samuel R. Delany, thoughts on Elvia Wilk’s new novel, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Stanislaw Lem Revisited, Emily St. John Mandel, Vi Khi Nao’s Latest, Annie DeWitt, and More
In our afternoon reading: revisiting the fiction of Stanislaw Lem, reading recommendations from Emily St. John Mandel, and more.
Morning Bites: A Laurie Penny Excerpt, Stanislaw Lem, Brooks Headley Interviewed, Janet Malcolm Revisited, and More
An excerpt from Laurie Penny, new writing from Meredith Graves, interviews with Brooks Headley and Sarah Lipstate, the National Book Awards longlists for YA and poetry, and more.
New writing from Leigh Stein, an excerpt from Edmund White, Alan Moore’s mammoth novel, an interview with Karen O, and more.
Afternoon Bites: New Luke B. Goebel Fiction, “The Congress” Reviewed, Kate Bush Albums as Books, Norman Brannon on Cultural Memory, and More
New writing from Luke B. Goebel and Leslie Jamison, Norman Brannon on cultural memory, a report from Justin Taylor and Jess Row’s recent event, and more.
Morning Bites: Nadine Gordimer, Writers and Social Media, Cold Beat on San Francisco, Bill Hillman Interviewed, and More
Remembrances of Nadine Gordimer, interviews with Bill Hillman and Hannah Lew, reviews of Scott Cheshire’s debut novel and a surreal cinematic adaptation of a Stanislaw Lem book, and more.