Weekend Bites: New Carver Adaptation, Palace Brothers, Sandman Tribute Concert, Swamp Dogg, and More

The New Museum asked Brandon Stosuy to write something about 1993. This fantastic, haunting essay on Palace Brothers’ There is No-One What Will Take Care of You is the result.

David Marchese profiled Swamp Dogg for SPIN.

The cast for this planned Raymond Carver adaptation is pretty staggering.

Scott McClanahan’s “So I Went Away” can be read at BOMB. Right now, if you’d like.

Brandon Stosuy and Matthew Barney’s ADAC has a release date.

Neil Gaiman’s The Sandman got a tribute concert in Seattle.

Unwound ephemera, everybody.

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