“[A] brilliant fable of a Russia oversaturated with “semiotic signs”, a skewing of a country where rhetoric – and not actual substance – is most often the locus of communication.” Scott Esposito on Victor Pelevin’s The Hall of Singing Caryatids. Norman Brannon on pie. Birdsong made L Magazine‘s 2011 Holiday Gift Guide. (Not a bad idea — a three-pack of Brooklyn literary magazines — from the booksellers at Spoonbill & Sugartown.) Steve Almond’s “Kiss The Officer In Question” is worth […]
Our friends at Gigantic and Birdsong are both hosting events as part of the Indie Lit Roadshow. Both are Friday, and if you time it right, you can make it to both events. In case you’re unsure how to swing it, here are a few quick tips: 1. Skip dinner. The Gigantic event has tacos. 2. Drink 2 beers are Gigantic party (info provided here). Get in cab once readers are finished, then go to the Birdsong event via cab. […]
Posted by Jason Diamond Birdsong #13 Birdsong is maybe my favorite photocopied art/lit zine right now. They’re cool people, and each issue seems to be lovingly put together.
Our friends at Birdsong are hosting a benefit on October 23rd.