Sunday, May 07, 2017

Lit Hub Weekly

·         “I’ve never had much talent for making things up.” An interview with Chris Kraus. | The Guardian

·         How Western literature evolved from cold recitations of actions to “stories that portray minds in all their meandering, many-layered, self-contradictory complexities.” | Nautilus

·         What is the place of culture in the midst of injustice and terror? On Haitian revolutionary writer Marie Vieux-Chauvet. | Public Books

·         “As France has braced itself for the possibility of a Le Pen Presidency, Louis’s book has become the subject of political discussion in a way that novels rarely do.” Garth Greenwell on Édouard Louis’s novel, The End of Eddy. | The New Yorker

·         Words Without Borders and The Scofield have new issues, featuring writing about international food and Conrad Aiken and consciousness, respectively. | Words Without Borders, The Scofield

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