Afternoon Bites: “The Little Prince” Turns 70, Richard Chiem, Farewell Interview with Sound Fix, and More


Comparisons to the likes of Stereolab and Neu!, from a group associated with The Clean and The Chills? Evidently, we need to pick up this reissue of Snapper’s self-titled EP.

Amy Benfer on the seventieth anniversary of The Little Prince.

Tomorrow is Record Store Day; tomorrow will also mark the closing of Williamsburg’s Sound Fix, which will be sorely missed. Freeloading author Chris Ruen conducted a wide-ranging interview with Sound Fix owner James Bradley.

Identity Theory has a pair of poems from Donavon Davidson.

Adam Kirsch on André Aciman’s Harvard Square.

Patrick Trotti reviewed Richard Chiem’s You Private Person.

Tom McCormack looks at Spring Breakers for The Believer.

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