In our morning reading: an interview with Stephen Graham Jones, revisiting the music of Fred Thomas, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Jeremiah Moss Interviewed, Jesmyn Ward Nonfiction, Annie DeWitt, Fred Thomas’s Latest, and More
In our afternoon reading: interviews with Jeremiah Moss and Annie DeWitt, new writing from Jesmyn Ward, and more.
The songs heard on All Are Saved, the new album from Fred Thomas, cover a wide stylistic range, from stark narratives to ecstatic arrangements. To anyone familiar with Thomas’s body of work, which includes albums released under his own name as well as with the groups Saturday Looks Good to Me and City Center, this is probably not going to be much of a shock. Throughout, memorable riffs and choruses weave around haunting memories and observations of geographical spaces. It’s […]
In our afternoon reading: interviews with Renata Adler, Fred Thomas, and Sarah Manguso; a preview of Lauren Groff’s next novel; Rick Perlstein on intellectuals’ ideological shifts; La Luz’s next album; and more.