Afternoon Bites: George Eliot Comics, Ellis on “Breaking Bad,” Kathryn Davis Reviewed, New Parquet Courts, and More


“I don’t believe that whole thing of: Get the character in a tree and then throw stones at him. I don’t buy it. It’s a very bad piece of advice.” Nicholson Baker talked with Full Stop.

The Folger Shakespeare Library makes a move online.

Electric Literature reveals facts you didn’t know about George Eliot — as comics.

At Vulture, Warren Ellis weighs in on the ending of Breaking Bad.

At Medium, Joe Winkler wonders why more people aren’t watching It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia.

Pitchfork reviewed the new EP from Parquet Courts.

Alicia Jo Rabins was interviewed by The Collagist.

Kathryn Davis’s Duplex is reviewed at Time Out New York.

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