Emperor Mollusk Versus The Sinister Brain & Much More
Writing is “tortuous and the most difficult thing I’ve ever done, which is why my books take so long to appear.” An interview with Indian novelist Manju Kapur (Custody). Here.
Listen to Joe R. Lansdale talking about his new novel, Edge of Dark Water. Here.
Why Ron Rash dedicated his new novel, The Cove, to Kathy Rash Brewer. Here.
“One of the great, experimental novels of this decade.” Interview interviews novelist Heidi Julavits (The Vanishers). Here.
It happened in Madrid. And you can’t do it with a Kindle. Here.
A review of A. Lee Martinez’s new novel, Emperor Mollusk Versus The Sinister Brain. Here.
The birth of a book. Watch here.
An interview with former poker journalist and debut crime novelist Owen Laukkanen (The Professionals.) Here.
Q&A with first novelist Brian McGreevey (Hemlock Grove). Here.
Listen to WBAI’s celebration of Paris Review‘s issue # 200. Here.
A review of Paul Dickson’s biography, Bill Veeck: Baseball’s Greatest Maverick. Says the Los Angeles Times reviewer: “My first reaction when a copy of Paul Dickson’s new biography, Bill Veeck: Baseball’s Greatest Maverick, lands in my lap is to be curious if justice has been done to him, before turning a single page. I touch base with Mike Veeck, the great man’s son (a man of a few radical and wonderfully ridiculous notions of his own), to inquire if the descendants approve. ‘We’ve read it and enjoyed the easy flow and the research,’ Mike replies. ‘Mr. Dickson has won me over with his gentle prose.’” Here.
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