Here’s what we loved reading on the internet this week:
Is This The End of the Era of The Important, Inappropriate Literary Man? by Jia Tolentino at Jezebel.
What I Learned from Kristi Yamaguchi by Nicole Chung in The New York Times Magazine
Opportunity Costs, a poem by Barbara Ras at poets.org
Claire Paniccia’s review of Jim Harrison’s last book, Dead Man’s Float for Cleaver Magazine.
Kaveh Akbar’s interview with poet Jane Hirshfield at DiveDapper.
And our own Managing Editor Susannah Clark’s flash fiction on Meat Loaf’s “Bat Out of Hell” in The Rs 500.
And in case you missed any, here’s what we published this week:
And Never Climbs Back In, fiction by Kyle Hays
Brian Ellis’s Book Review of Bridget Fonda by Elizabeth Ellen.
Marissa is Dead: Notes on the OC by Patrick Thornton in Culture.
Two Poems by Michael Schmeltzer