Morning Bites: Helen DeWitt’s Library, Zines Get Literary, Revisiting Didion, “Man Alive” Reviewed, and More


BOMB interviewed Helen DeWitt about her library.

Cynthia Ann Schemmer discussed the place of zines in the literary pantheon.

Thomas Page McBee’s Man Alive was reviewed in the Times.

Ravishly interviewed Elisabeth Donnelly.

Michaelangelo Matos provides an introduction to French Touch.

Nicholas Rombes revisited Joan Didion’s Play It As It Lays.

Robert Wyatt was interviewed at Pitchfork.

“So, does this mean Sublime Frequencies is morphing into Smithsonian Folkways? Not quite.”

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