Good evening literary fans. Here's what we read today that you should too.
- Chuck Palahniuk to publish 'provocative' colouring-in book: The Fight Club author is coming out with his first coloring book for adults and his second short-story collection (The Guardian) .
- Emma Cline, whose debut book The Girls was released today, discusses when her interest in Charles Manson first began. (The New York Times)
- Five Books Making News This Week: Annie Proulx and Emma Cline's much-anticipated novels hit the shelves. (Lit Hub)
- Gregory Rabassa, renowned translator, dead at 94: The esteemed translator and "essential gateway to the 1960s Latin American 'boom,'" has passed away. (The San Diego Union-Tribune)
- The New York Times Best Sellers ranking for the week of June 19th. (The New York Times)
- Today's new releases including titles by Proulx; Ausubel; Notaro; de Botton (The Millions)
- Fiction writer Joe Okonkwo discusses his debut novel Jazz Moon about the gay black entertainers of 1920s in Harlem and Paris (Electric Lit)