“The tunes made movies in my head and jacked up my imagination. I had a crazy idea that I might write stories some day, perhaps make films. But how would an unconnected Greek kid get there? If my plan was naive, it didn’t matter. The dream sustained me.” George Pelecanos, writing in The Guardian. Also, Alan Sepinwall has posted an interview with Pelecanos.
- Kate Beaton on the lives of Shelley and Byron.
- Electric Literature was at last week’s paperback release party for Rick Moody’s The Four Fingers of Death.