At the Chicago Review of Books, thoughts on Doireann Ní Ghríofa’s A Ghost in the Throat.
This week, the NYPL is hosting Kai Bird and Alexis Coe to discuss Jimmy Carter’s presidency.
At Pitchfork, Jesse Dorris looked back on Laurie Anderson’s United States Live.
Big Other shared some July small press recommendations.
At the New Yorker, Susan Choi discussed the fiction of Jennifer Egan.
Magnet celebrated the 40th anniversary of Mission of Burma’s debut album.
The Quietus delved into the new album from Caroline Shaw and Sō Percussion.
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