Books! Best to worst.
Colm Toibin, The Magician
Superb. There is a serious factual error in the last chapter that I pointed out to Toibin on his website, but his response is nonexistent.
Labatut, Benjamín, When We Cease to Understand the World
Dan Charnas, dilla time
Excellent narrative, thoroughly researched, brimming with ideas like the geographic grid of Detroit mirroring the temporal grid of DAWs, complete with amazing cameos (Hiatus Kaiyote!?).
Jesse Singer, There Are No Accidents
David Sedaris, Carnival of Snackery
Andrea Camilleri, Riccardino
The final installment of the adventures of Commissario Montalbano.
Adrian Tomine, Killing and Dying
Glum but excellent.
David Sylvester, Interviews with Francis Bacon
Russell, The Sparrow
Judd Apatow, It’s Garry Shandling’s Book
Terry Southern, Blue Movie