In our morning reading: Gina Apostol on the year in books, comics and desserts converge, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Marilynne Robinson Interviewed, C.L. Polk, Center for Fiction Fellows, Ivan Vladislavic, and More
In our afternoon reading: an interview with Marilynne Robinson, delving into the music of Sunn 0))), and more.
What happens when autofiction meets doom metal? That’s the question Lee Klein poses in his new book Neutral Evil ))), inspired by a visit to a Sunn 0))) concert in Philadelphia in early 2017. As the book’s narrator takes in the concert’s atmosphere, he ponders questions of family, safety, and aging — a fascinating glimpse into a particular headspace surrounded by a fascinating sonic space.
In our morning reading: interviews with Mira Jacob and Joanne Ramos, revisiting an early Sonic Youth album, and more.
Morning Bites: Susan Choi Interviewed, Robert Lopez on Peter Markus, Sarah Batkie, Mark de Silva Fiction, and More
In our morning reading: interviews with Susan Choi and Sarah Batkie, thoughts on Sunn 0)))’s new album, and more.
Lit. Could Dickens be a role model for the parents of today, or was it that he just had O.C.D.? Ivy Pochoda is the featured reader at our upcoming Vol. 1 Brooklyn Storytelling series. With her new book The Art of Disappearing (St. Martins Press) out tomorrow, which coincidentally is the same day that Dan Brown’s The Lost Symbol hits stands, Ivy says that together, the two of them combined will make publishing history. This points to a good sign […]