Morning Bites: Coney Island Murals, Soccer Books, Jem Cohen and Guy Picciotto at BAM, Neko Case Covers Iron Maiden, and More


“Because here’s how funny it is: It’s funnier than A Confederacy of Dunces. It’s funnier than Money or Lucky Jim.”  The case for Flann O’Brien’s The Poor Mouth at The Millions.

Hyperallergic has a terrific piece up on the Coney Island murals of Larry Millard.

Stephen Soderbergh is dipping into cinema history for a new line of t-shirts.

A new play from Ethan Coen will open the Atlantic Theater Company’s next season.

Members of Fugazi and Godspeed You! Black Emperor will provide the music for a Jem Cohen film at BAM in September.

The Rumpus interviewed Ru Freeman, author of On Sal Mal Lane.

Neko Case covering Iron Maiden? Sure, we’ll listen to that.

Talking biopics at The Paris Review.

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