Updates kind of rhymes with pancakes.
Robert Vaughan has new pieces from his new collection Addicts & Basements in This is Poetry, a project of The Literary Underground.
David S. Atkinson has a new book out called The Garden of Good and Evil Pancakes. And we like pancakes. We can pretty get behind anything having to do with pancakes.
Janice Lee has a new essay called “Narrative as Conceptual & Cognitive Process or What Specter Haunts the Sentence We’ve Created?” in Issue 2 of The Account.
Help kickstart The Morbid Anatomy Museum, a brand new museum in Brooklyn, dedicated to the artifacts and ideas which fall through the cracks.
Peter Tieryas Liu’s new book Bald New World received a starred received a starred review from Publisher’s Weekly.
Eddy Rathke’s special promotion for the month of April for his new book Twilight of the Wolves is still happening.
Links. Sausage links. Bacon. More bacon. Mmmm.
Ronaldo Wilson’s Radical Femininity; or, the Muga of South Bend; or, TEAR-E AVATAR as 바리대기 by Joyelle McSweeney (Harriet, 4/22)
The Lonely Photo of Michel Foucault with a Full Head of Hair (Open Culture, 4/22)
Genre fiction radiates from a literary centre (The Guardian, 4/22)
Sacrament of Fiction: On Becoming a Writer and Not a Priest by Nick Ripatrazone (The Millions, 4/22)
Rachel Wetzler on Recent Writings by Walter Benjamin (LARB, 4/21)
Using radioactive krypton to find ancient glacial ice (Ars Technica, 4/21)
Body Map: Memoirs of The Sick by Zach Savich (Fanzine, 4/21)
25 Essential Graphic Novels (Flavorwire, 4/18)
Readers weigh in on the Zelda series’ darker moments (AV Club, 4/18)
Why Tina Belcher Is a Folk Hero for Anxious Young People (Slate, 4/17)
50 Incredible Novels Under 200 Pages (Flavorwire, 4/17)
The Missing Borges (The Paris Review, 4/16)
I Want to Go All the Way by Joyelle McSweeney (Harriet, 4/16)
Owning Porno Used to Mean Something, Damnit by Blake Butler (Vice, 4/16)
Batman Turns 75: Insiders Share Sensational Stories From The Bat Cave (Fast Co.Create, 4/16)