Afternoon Bites: Blake Butler on FC2, Alex Ross Recaps Make Music New York, Harvey Pekar, and More

“Huh,” you might say. “I’ve heard great things about the avant-lit publisher FC2, but I have no idea where I should start in terms of reading the books that they’ve released.” Thankfully, Blake Butler has you covered.

Dave Hill is interviewed at Capital New York.

Rahawa Haile tells you everything you need to know about the Eritrean national anthem.

Alex Ross takes us through this year’s Make Music New York.

Jacob Silverman on Harvey Pekar’s Not the Israel My Parents Promised Me.

Stacey Levine read at Unnameable Books, and The Outlet was there.

Brad Cohan chats with the folks behind Northern Spy Records.

Charles Bowden, interviewed at The Rumpus.

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