Weekend Bites: Zachary Lipez on Iceage, New Kelly Luce Fiction, Literary Monsters, Weird Fiction’s Appeal, and More


At The Talkhouse, Zachary Lipez discussed the new album by Iceage.

Jeff VanderMeer wrote about the enduring appeal of weird fiction.

There’s a new issue of Midnight Breakfast up, and it has new fiction from Kelly Luce.

William Gibson recommended books at Esquire.

At Electric Literature, a look at lesser-known literary monsters.

Scenes from Marie-Hélène de Rothschild’s 1972 Surrealist Ball.

Breaking down the Maine accents in the miniseries adaptation of Olive Kitteridge.

Deadline has a look at the musical adaptation of Jonathan Lethem’s The Fortress of Solitude.

Brooklyn Magazine has a look at the new literary space Wendy’s Subway.

At Dusted: Jennifer Kelly on Weyes Blood’s album The Innocents.

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