Afternoon Bites: David Gordon Green, Javier Marías’s Latest, Detroit’s Art, the Codex Seraphinianus, and More


Javier Marías’s new novel The Infatuations is out this month in the US, and the Los Angeles Review of Books has its review up.

“I’m thinking maybe I should make a movie just about Richard Pryor when he was shooting David Lynch’s Lost Highway.David Gordon Green documents his pop-culture consumption for Vulture. Nathan Rabin also interviewed Green at The Dissolve.

Hyperallergic delves deeper into the debate over Christie’s and the Detroit Institute of the Arts.

Jessica Hopper and Christopher R. Weingarten report from this year’s Lollapalooza.

Shelley Jackson on the Codex Seraphinianus.

Wired looks at xkcd’s “Time.”

The Lit Pub called Craig Wallwork’s To Die Upon a Kiss “a stylish noir wracked from beginning to end by beautiful prose and multifaceted characters.”

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