Even though there is no mention of Justin Taylor, Jami Attenberg, Tao Lin, Emma Straub, Joshua Cohen, Akashic, Melville House, Electric Literature, Gigantic, WORD, Book Court, Bookthugnation, Slice, the Franklin Park Reading Series, or any of the other of things that make up “Literary Brooklyn circa 2011,” The Guardian thinks they have a clue.
- “I Write Like a Haunting”: An Interview With Quintan Ana Wikswo
- Reverse Alchemy, Magnification, and “Aggressive Squirrels”: An Interview With Myriam Gurba
- Memory, Regrets, and Memorials: A Review of Denis Johnson’s “The Largesse of the Sea Maiden”
- Revisiting the Post-War Moment: Diane DeSanders on Writing “Hap and Hazard and the End of the World”