Morning Bites: Nick Drake, Bad Agents, Gabriel García Márquez and More

The Paris Review might have published the best essay on early 1970s English folk of the year with Brian Cullman’s “Things Behind the Sun.” (Okay, who are we kidding: it is the best.)

“Jacques Chambrun was a New York-based literary agent in the nineteen-forties and fifties with a penchant for pinstripe suits and stealing his clients’ money.” – Jessica Weisberg at Page Turner on Mavis Gallant’s double-dealing agent.

Jacob Silverman on Gabriel García Márquez and the slow fade of memory at Jewcy.

Joe Meno’s Office Girl is reviewed at The Observer.

Bumming around Maine.

There’s a new Cult of Youth song.

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1 comment

  1. Hey, thanks for your kind words on my Nick Drake piece. Much appreciated.
     — Brian Cullman