Another Sunday, another cry to dampen the dripping tap of existential dread that keeps you from sleeping. Or: more coffee!

Publisher’s Weekly pick their Most Anticipated books of Fall, including many I’m dying to read.

Adam Johnson, author of the brilliant The Orphan Master’s Son, reads his amazing story Dark Meadow, from this month’s Tin House.

And, in case you need hours of diversion, The Awl has a complete roundup of the roundups of the best reads in The New Yorker‘s freshly opened archives.

For some reason, though, they forgot to include The Only New Yorker Longreads Guide That Still Matters, a deeply insightful and intelligent piece by one of Australia’s most important and under-appreciated writers.

Have a great week!




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