Summer Picks From Michael Chabon, Susan Orlean, Jennifer Egan, and More


A new article over at Mother Jones gives us summer nonfiction picks from some of the biggest writers working today. Susan Orlean recommends The Looming Tower, Jennifer Egan selects The Image, and Michael Chabon has this to say about The Encyclopedia of Fantasy:

“A single, immense, thrilling work of literary theory disguised as a reference book.”

Hmm… Doesn’t sound exactly like beach material to us. What about you, readers? Any perennial summer favorites?

Salvatore Pane is a writer based in Pittsburgh, PA. His fiction has been nominated for the Pushcart Prize and has appeared, or is forthcoming, in Quick Fiction, Weave, We Are Champion, Corium Magazine and others. His debut graphic novel, The Black List, will see publication later this year from Arcana Comics. He blogs at More from this author →