(Notes From Elsewhere is a roundup of various literary things compiled by Sara Habein, along with news from past Word Riot authors. She make no claims at being terribly current or the first to know anything, but hopefully you will find something interesting here.)
“If you are like me, you must always have something to read in the bathroom. Anything will do,” Charles Simic writes in this New York Review of Books essay, “The Bathroom Muse.” Are you like him?
Here’s some reading material, then: Elissa Bassist has a great Modern Love essay called “The Never-to-Be Bride.”
Love and Fatigue in America is