In our afternoon reading: notes on Akwaeke Emezi’s next book, an interview with Matthew Salesses, and more.
Morning Bites: Kristen N. Arnett Fiction, Ocean Vuong, JY Yang’s Cover, Stuart Murdoch, and More
In our morning reading: fiction by Kristen N. Arnett, a glimpse of the cover of JY Yang’s forthcoming novella, and more.
Morning Bites: Thomas Pierce, Kate Bernheimer Interviewed, Stuart Murdoch on Soccer, New Elliott Holt Fiction, and More
In our morning reading: fiction by Thomas Pierce, imagining an unmade Coen Brothers literary adaptation, Stuart Murdoch talks soccer, a new story from Elliott Holt, and more.
Morning Bites: Talking “God Help the Girl,” Patricia Lockwood, Alejandro Jodorowsky’s Writings, and More
Talking film with Stuart Murdoch, new writing from Nina McConigley and Lola Pelligrino, Patricia Lockwood’s food diary, Alejandro Jodorowsky’s writings in light of his films, and much more.
Afternoon Bites: Okey Ndibe, New Rachel Cantor Fiction, “Little Women” and “Girls,” Stuart Murdoch at Sundance, and More
This afternoon: reading Okey Ndibe’s new novel, checking out new fiction from Rachel Cantor, Ken Burns’s next project, an interview with Matt Fraction, and more.
“I’m not as sad as Doestoevsky, I’m not as clever as Mark Twain”
I’ve drifted off in thought and considered what my life over the last ten years would be like without Stuart Murdoch, and it was pretty grim. That would mean that first off, I’d never have heard his band Belle and Sebastian, a group I have been obsessed with since my first listening to (what I consider to be their best album) Tigermilk so many moons ago. It also means I might never have worked with reckless abandon, in those dark […]