This week we continue our disturbing, foreboding summer reading with a discussion the first half of the disturbing, foreboding Marlena.
We’re now at the halfway point in our July matchup—and the Rooster Summer Reading Challenge. This week we’re joined by novelist Amelia Gray as we finish off Ill Will.
Novelist Amelia Gray joins us as we launch into our second month of the Rooster Summer Reading Challenge. With one competitor now slotted in for our end-of-summer final, we begin our July matchup: Ill Will v. Marlena.
We’re at the end of our first month in the Rooster Summer Reading Challenge. Victor LaValle joins us to discuss the second half of The Night Ocean, and we decide which of our two novels from June heads to the end-of-summer final.
We’ve wrapped up our first book in the Rooster Summer Reading Challenge, and now we’re waist-deep into The Night Ocean. Joining us to discuss is this month’s judge, Victor LaValle, who, lucky for us, knows his Lovecraft.
We’re back for another discussion in the Rooster Summer Reading Challenge presented by Field Notes, with this month’s judge, Victor LaValle. Get ready for major spoilers—we’re all the way through A Separation, and we need to talk.
Gather round for our inaugural discussion in the Rooster Summer Reading Challenge, presented by Field Notes. We’re halfway through the first book, A Separation, with this month’s judge, Victor LaValle.
Grab a beach towel, favorite cold beverage, and, most importantly, your books. Our Summer Reading Challenge begins now.
You can’t kill the Rooster.
The Attica prison uprising lasted five days. It took 45 years to get a more or less complete public account of what transpired—and only thanks to the efforts of a few heroically stubborn people.
It’s been a long, turbulent sleep, but now the Rooster wakes. Introducing the shortlist, judges, commentators, and Zombie poll for the 13th edition of The Morning News Tournament of Books.
This year we read a lot of new fiction. We liked a lot of what we read, and here are our combined favorites. In March we’ll narrow them to a final set of 16 novels to compete in the 2017 Tournament of Books presented by Field Notes.