“Part space adventure, part drug-addled freakout, part romance, part comedy, and part whatever else you can think of, The Incaljuggles everything from paper-thin allusions to Christianity and the Tarot to everyday, run-of-the-mill dialogue like, ‘I’ve stabilized these three psychorats! They’ll carry us across the Garbage Plains.'” Erik Hendriksen discusses The Incal, by Alexandro Jodorowsky and Mœbius.
- Sarah Glidden looks at the work of the Palestinian artist Khaled Jarrar.
- Continuing in the news of Geoff Dyer interviews: the Los Angeles Review of Books has one as well.
- Lapham’s Quarterly will be handling the literary stage for the upcoming Asbury Park All Tomorrow’s Parties. Sweet.
- Alison Hallett reviews Tim Pears’s novel Landed: “…human and wistful, an account of a life lived in the wrong place, maybe at the wrong time.”