Grant Faulkner shares a reading list to celebrate ALL THE COMFORT SIN CAN PROVIDE.
Tags: All the Comfort Sin Can Provide, Anais Nin, Close to the Knives, crime and punishment, David Wojnarowicz, Denis Johnson, Empire of the Senseless, Fyodor Dostoyevsky, Grant Faulkner, jesus son, justin torres, Kathy Acker, Kim Addonizio, leesa cross-smith, Luster, malcolm lowry, Now We're Getting Somewhere, Ocean Vuong, On Earth We're Briefly Gorgeous, Raven Leilani, Roberto Bolaño, So We Can Glow, The Diary of Anais Nin, The Savage Detectives, Under the Volcano, we the animals, What to Read When
Lidia Yuknavitch discusses her latest book,
The Small Backs of Children, war, art, the chaos of experience, and that photograph of the vulture stalking the dying child in the Sudan that won the Pulitzer Prize. ...more
Tags: A Clockwork Orange, Alden Jones, Almanac of the Dead, anti-memoir, Artist, artist life, Bastard Out of Carolina, beloved, body, brutality, cult fiction, de kooning, Dora: A Headcase, Eastern Europe, Empire of the Senseless, fc2, Game of Thrones, Harper, Hawthorne Books, human trafficking, identity, Kevin Carter, Lidia Yuknavitch, Lithuania, mad men, memoir, multiple resolutions, Napalm Girl, Nick Ut, plot, Russia, singularity, Slaughterhouse Five, Steve McCurry, Sudan, The Chronology of Water, The Lover, The Small Backs of Children, The Things They Carried, Trainspotting, war, Zazen