In our weekend reading: new writing from Roxane Gay, Amanda Petrusich on a new Karen Dalton compilation, Jeff VanderMeer makes the case for Michael Cisco’s fiction, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Jac Jemc’s Latest, Teju Cole, Wayne Kramer’s Jazz Album, David Peace and Soccer, and More
An interview with Teju Cole, thoughts on Jac Jemc’s new collection and David Peace’s Red or Dead, a collection of summer reading lists, and more.
Morning Bites: Marguerite Duras, Edward St. Aubyn Profiled, Rebecca Mead Q & A, “Mad Men” Poetry, and More
For your Tuesday morning reading: an interview with Rebecca Mead, a profile of Edward St. Aubyn, Mad Men-inspired poetry, Owen Pallett’s new album, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Emma Straub’s Latest, Lorin Stein, The End of Love Letters, Alejandro Jodorowsky, and More
For your Friday reading: a pair of reviews of Emma Straub’s The Vacationers, Jami Attenberg on love letters, Maura Johnston on radio, Lorin Stein interviewed, and much more.
Afternoon Bites: Chloe Caldwell and Edward St. Aubyn Interviews, Warren Ellis Talks “Gun Machine,” Marc Maron’s Favorite WTF Episodes, and More
Douglas Wolk interviewing Warren Ellis? Yep, we’re reading the hell out of that. Chloe Caldwell talked about writing about sex with the PDXX Collective. Not surprisingly, Edward St. Aubyn’s By the Book interview is magnificent. Marc Maron selected his favorite WTF episodes. The Oxford American has an excerpt from Scott McClanahan’s Crapalachia. Resident Advisor has an oral history of The Bunker. Vol.1 Brooklyn’s Tobias Carroll talked fiction with the folks from Joyland. Follow Vol. 1 Brooklyn on Twitter, Facebook, Google + and our Tumblr.
Indexing: Eileen Myles in Iceland, James Turrell Considered, Forgiving David Mamet, Kathleen Alcott and More
A roundup of things consumed by our contributors.
Afternoon Bites: “Love In The Time Of Cholera” Gets A Clothing Line, Where DRUNKHULK Writes, Kevin Sampsell On Kathleen Hanna, and more
Afternoon links for February 15, 2012. Appearances from Kathleen Hanna, Kevin Sampsell, Edward St. Aubyn, and more.
The Week In Reviews: Jay-Z at Carnegie Hall, the journalism of Charles Dickens, Edward St Aubyn’s prose, and more
A weekly appreciation for the art of the review.