Shorties (Hana Yanagihara Interviewed, Will Sergeant on His Memoir, and more)

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The Observer interviewed author Hanya Yanagihara.

Will Sergeant discussed his memoir Bunnyman with SPIN.

Largehearted Boy’s List of “Best of 2021” Book Lists was updated Sunday, and now features 1,166 year-end lists.

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Stream a new song by Let’s Eat Grandma.

The Guardian shared new writing by Jami Attenberg.

Aquarium Drunkard interviewed Jennifer Castle.

The Cut shared an excerpt from Jean Chen Ho’s novel Fiona and Jane.

Esperanza Spalding played a Tiny Desk Concert.

Electric Literature shared three new poems by Emily Hockaday.

Pitchfork, Vulture, and Paste listed 2022’s most anticipated albums.

Debutiful recommended January’s best debut books.

Vulture and BuzzFeed recommended 2022’s most anticipated books.

The Rumpus shared two poems by Tina Ehsanipour.

Stream 13 new Elliott Smith covers.

Electric Literature recommended genre-bending books by Asian-American women.

Pitchfork profiled singer-songwriter Cate Le Bon.

First Draft interviewed author Alice McDermott.

Political Currents interviewed author Antoine Wilson.

Tor Nightfire previewed January’s most anticipated horror books.

Kirkus listed 2022’s most anticipated books.

Kate Harding examined the state of critical reading at DAME.

The Creative Independent interviewed musician Emma Ruth Rundle.

Electric Literature recommended 2022 books by women of color.

Stream a new song by The Smile.

Shondaland recommended January’s best books.

Robin McLean recommended books about surviving the wilderness at Electric Literature.

The Debutiful podcast interviewed author Jessamine Chan.

The Rumpus recommended the week’s best virtual literary events.

Bookworm wrapped up its interview with Honoree Fanonne Jeffers.

Electric Literature interviewed author Mina Seçkin.

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