Good evening literary fans. Here's what we read today that you should too.
- It's here: Man Booker Prize announces 2016 longlist (The Man Booker Prize)
- Murakami in the making: The author looks back on his first two novels "with love mingled with a bit of embarrassment.” (The Guardian)
- Talking to the Woman Behind New York Magazine's Ask Polly Column, Author Heather Havrilesky (Brooklyn Magazine)
- Lee Child on a Thriller Set in Zimbabwe: A Times review of The Death of Rex Nhongo. (The NY Times)
- The Office Politics of Workplace Fiction by Women: "The works reflect the particular challenges and preoccupations that women face in the workplace and at home." (The New Yorker)
- A Hemingway Who Looks Just Like Ernest (NPR)
- Yaa Gyasi And Hua Hsu Talk About Writing: "The two first-time authors on how their debut books connect America’s past with its present." (The FADER)