Bradley Babendir is a fiction writer and critic. He has written for The New Republic, The Millions, Electric Literature, The Rumpus, and elsewhere. He currently lives in Boston, where he is the editor-in-chief of Redivider and an MFA candidate at Emerson College.
“The End Is Where We Start From”: On Evan Kindley’s “Poet-Critics and the Administration of Culture”
Bradley Babendir reviews Evan Kindley’s “Poet-Critics and the Administration of Culture.”...
Impotent Rage: Eka Kurniawan’s “Vengeance Is Mine, All Others Pay Cash”
Eka Kurniawan’s “Vengeance Is Mine, All Others Pay Cash” is a deeply ambitious book that can’t help but be funny....
The Facts Must Matter: On “The Trouble with Reality”
Brooke Gladstone’s confidence that the facts will eventually assert themselves is galvanizing, but the book can’t tell us when, or how, or why....
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