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.
- “They’re More Like Recreations”: Scott Esposito on Bridging the Literary and Cinematic
- Stunning Sounds From Out of Time in Downtown Brooklyn
- A Dodo, An Ambulance Driver, and James K. Polk Walk Into a Book: Ben Loory’s “Tales of Falling and Flying” Reviewed
- The Season of Horror: Talking With the Editors of “Haunted Nights”