An early look at Joshua Corey’s An American Elegy, a strategic exploration of the terrain between mother and detective. Laura Carter reviews.
Barbaric asthma cures, hipster codes, and gradations of privilege in the latest work from publicity-caricature-nee-author Gary Shteyngart. Nate Waggoner reviews.
Brian Warfield offers this enlightening summary of NYT Best Selling books that he’s never read and most of us don’t care about.
Warhol, the occult, and money-logic swarm together in Joyelle McSweeney’s exploration of Lonely Christopher’s latest.
James Yates takes a look at the history of evil, and reviews the newest from Amber Sparks and Robert Kloss, featuring dope illustrations from Matt Kish.
A refracted look at James Greer’s Everything Flows, a manic, haunted book that presses in on you, folds you down into the psychosis where you belong. Andrea Kneeland reviews.
Lorian Long dissects William T. Vollmann, “The Birthing Cave,” The Book of Dolores, and the problem of ‘white male’ mashed potatoes.
Shane Jones takes a look at Jesse Ball’s latest, Silence Once Begun.