Friday Links

The combination of a lingering cold and a busy schedule has just about killed this blog off.  I am completely out of the habit of blogging and I am sure any regular readers have stopped coming around by now.  All I can do is get back on the horse and try to do better.  You get what you pay for I guess.  Here are some links for the brave souls who have stopped by to see if I am still alive.

 

–> Nextboook: In an interview with Nextbook’s Joanna Smith Rakoff, author Joanna Hershon discusses her third novel, The German Bride, in which Hershon’s heroine travels from aristocratic Berlin to the Wild West.

 

–> Also at Nextbook: Kimberly Bradley asks “What happens when a German provocateur turns to the subject of love?” in discussing Maxim Biller’s latest collection of (surprisingly romance-related) stories.

 

–> In the new issue of Open Letters Amelia Glaser reviews the fiction of Etgar Keret.

 

Happy Friday!

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Kevin Holtsberry

I work in communications and public affairs. I try to squeeze in as much reading as I can while still spending time with my wife and two kids (and cheering on the Pittsburgh Steelers and Michigan Wolverines during football season – oh, and watching golf too).

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Friday Links

The combination of a lingering cold and a busy schedule has just about killed this blog off.  I am completely out of the habit of blogging and I am sure any regular readers have stopped coming around by now.  All I can do is get back on the horse and try to do better.  You get what you pay for I guess.  Here are some links for the brave souls who have stopped by to see if I am still alive.

 

–> Nextboook: In an interview with Nextbook’s Joanna Smith Rakoff, author Joanna Hershon discusses her third novel, The German Bride, in which Hershon’s heroine travels from aristocratic Berlin to the Wild West.

 

–> Also at Nextbook: Kimberly Bradley asks “What happens when a German provocateur turns to the subject of love?” in discussing Maxim Biller’s latest collection of (surprisingly romance-related) stories.

 

–> In the new issue of Open Letters Amelia Glaser reviews the fiction of Etgar Keret.

 

Happy Friday!

About the author

Kevin Holtsberry

I work in communications and public affairs. I try to squeeze in as much reading as I can while still spending time with my wife and two kids (and cheering on the Pittsburgh Steelers and Michigan Wolverines during football season – oh, and watching golf too).

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