Afternoon Bites: Kate Bernheimer, Donald Ray Pollock, Paul McCartney, and more

This month’s issue of The Collagist contains an excerpt of Donald Ray Pollock’s novel The Devil All The Time.

  • “[Bernheimer] shows us the complexity and richness of the fairy/folk traditions. She reminds us that we are supposed to be uncomfortable with these tales, that there is no single way to interpret them, and that true engagement comes precisely from the act of questioning them.” Jena Salon reviews Kate Bernheimer’s The Complete Tales of Lucy Gold.
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One response to “Afternoon Bites: Kate Bernheimer, Donald Ray Pollock, Paul McCartney, and more

  1. Gabrielle

    can’t wait for Greene Grape at Greenlight!

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