Megan Milks reviews Kate Zambreno for the LA Review of Books.
Heavy Feather reviewed edward j rathke’s Twilight of the Wolves.
Something to cry about
The new Doctor Who season trailer is out.
The ReadQuick app is a crusher of souls.
Teju Cole is featured in The Guardian.
Stephen Graham Jones on why society isn’t doomed.
Josh Spilker writes about the importance of design for writers.
Jordan Castro explains why Drake is always there for him. (Thought Catalog, 6/23)
Mark Cugini keeps rounding up whas’poppin. (HTMLGIANT, 6/27)
So T. S. Eliot was friends with Groucho Marx… (The New Yorker, 6/25)
Read Madeline Ffitch’s story “The Lake of the Ozarks.” (Everyday Genius, 6/27)
Neil Gaiman’s essential works (Flavorwire, 6/27)
Lev Grossman tells us how a book becomes a summer hit. (Time, 6/25)
Brian Oliu on Whitney Houston (Cheap Pop, 6/26)
A review of Deji Bryce Olukotun’s Nigerians in Space (AfroCyberPunk, 6/23)
Adam Robinson gives us the lowdown on the PGP submission process. (HTMLGIANT, 6/28)
30 great Jean-Paul Sartre quotes (Flavorwire, 6/21)
New rare DFW audio has been found! (Electric Literature, 6/25)
Literary graffiti (Buzzfeed, 6/19)
Are you ready for Rock Simulator? (PC Gamer, 6/25)
Facebook toys with your emotions (AV Club, 6/27)
Hollywood loves the new Metal Gear trailer. (Kotaku, 6/27)
It’s raining bears (io9, 6/26)
Whelp, I’ve got to move to Chicago now (AV Club, 6/24)
The Pavement Bookworm (22 Words, 6/20)
Doctors recommend reading to babies from birth. (New York Times, 6/24)
Why pseudonyms? (Book Riot, 6/23)
The best books of 2014 (so far) (Dazed, 6/24)
An obtuse summer reading list (The Millions, 6/25)