In our afternoon reading: thoughts on Sarah Rose Etter’s novel, revisiting the works of Terry Southern, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Terry Southern Revisited, Bryan Washington, David First’s Playlist, Robert Macfarlane, and More
In our afternoon reading: revisiting Terry Southern, an interview with Bryan Washington, and more.
We’re taking a break tomorrow. Normal posting will resume on Friday.
Morning Bites: Kate Zambreno, Juliet Escoria Interviewed, R. O. Kwon, Terry Southern Revisited, and More
In our morning reading: interviews with Kate Zambreno and Juliet Escoria, revisiting the works of Terry Southern, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Swans, “The Comedians” Reviewed, Terry Southern’s Letters, Underrated Science Fiction, and More
In our afternoon reading: a look at the enduring music and presence of Swans, overlooked science fiction novels, numbers from the year in translated books, and more.
Morning Bites: Believer Book Awards, Gabrielle Bell, Early Murakami, Mary Gaitskill on Culture, and More
The Believer has announced their book awards for the year, a J.D. Salinger film is coming, a look at Gabrielle Bell’s use of fiction and memoir in her comics, and more.
The Rumpus says of Jack Kerouac that “you’d be pressed to find a more quoted, misunderstood, revered, and culturally significant icon of the latter half of the 20th century.” Yeh. Lit. Fictionaut founder Juumlrgen Fauth is interviewed over at AgencySpy. Celebrity memoirs: Good for the publishing industry, useless otherwise. Jonathan Safran Foer is going after the big meatheads. Gore Vidal just sits there. Happy birthday Terry Southern. (Thanks Arthur) Bellevue Literary Review’s Fall issue is out. Music Xiu Xiu is […]