Morning Bites: The Bloomsbury Rabbi, Alan Lomax, looking for the Cormac McCarthy influence, new n+1, and more

Did Virginia Woolf and her Bloomsbury chums have a rabbi friend?  (Also: That’s Lytton Strachey, not a rabbi.) Read three chapters from Sam McPheeters forthcoming book, Loom of the Room. There’s a new issue of n+1 available. Alan Lomax gets the complete digital treatment. Whet Moser on the GOP’s use of Saul Alinsky’s name to conjure up fear of Satanists. Dylan Carlson of Earth tries to go solo. Hopefully it will have some sort of Cormac McCarthy influence. Follow Vol. 1 Brooklyn […]

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