The newest McSweeney's quarterly is in! This time in the form of two little books!
The first one contains new stories from Neil Gaiman, Etgar Keret, and David Vann, as well as Saïd Sayrafiezadeh's account of Occupy Wall Street, a story by Adam Levin and "a special compendium of the incredible writing that inspired the Egyptian Revolution."
|Inside is an insert by artist Jason Jägel.|
The second book is "the most ambitious nonfiction piece McSweeney’s has ever run (...) and without a doubt one of the best essays of the year." Titled In My Home There Is No More Sorrow, it chronicles a week in Rwanda by writer and activist Rick Bass.