The Leonard Cohen Waltzing Society for Half-drunk Fuckwits by Helen McClory Of course there was music playing the moment we all died. I mean, statistically, somewhere in the world millions of people must have been playing or listening to music, singing or humming under their breath, screaming out lyrics into a packed barn in a field in Denmark. It just has to be true. All those songs at once, discordant, terrible, rising and falling and knotting together and stuck with […]
In our afternoon reading: fiction by Ling Ma, nonfiction by Jess Arndt, thoughts on Lynne Tillman’s new novel, and more.
Are we in the midst of a full-blown Jeff Goldblum renaissance? It sure looks like it–from Goldblum himself prominently featured in Thor: Ragnarok to Dominic West channeling Jurassic Park-era Goldblum in The Square. To say nothing of the rise of Goldblum-centric memes all over the internet.
Afternoon Bites: Richard Lloyd Parry Excerpted, D. Foy, Helen McClory Fiction, Chris Abani Interviewed, and More
In our afternoon reading: nonfiction by Richard Lloyd Parry, fiction by Helen McClory, and much more.
In our morning reading: Ben Loory fiction, an essay by Helen McClory, a documentary about the Chills, and more.
Morning Bites: Kathleen Hanna Interviewed, Jess Row, Revisiting “Different Class,” Helen McClory Fiction, and More
In our morning reading: new fiction from Jess Row and Helen McClory, an interview with Kathleen Hanna, and more.
We’ll be on a reduced schedule today due to the holiday; regular posting will resume tomorrow.
In our morning reading: an excerpt from a forthcoming history of The Empty Bottle, new fiction from Sara Lippmann, an interview with Helen McClory, and more.
Morning Bites: Hilton Als on David Bowie, Hannah Lew’s Recommendations, Laird Barron’s Latest, Helen McClory Interviewed, and More
In our morning reading: remembering David Bowie, an interview with Helen McClory, new fiction from Matthew Vollmer, and more.