In our afternoon reading: a look back at a classic PJ Harvey album, fiction by Jac Jemc, an interview with Dennis Cooper, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Mark Doten Interviewed, Luc Sante on Basquiat, Replacements Collection, Parul Sehgal on Nonfiction, and More
In our Friday afternoon reading: an interview with Mark Doten, new Amelia Gray fiction, Parul Sehgal on recent nonfiction, Gay Talese on Selma, the announcement of the Lambda Literary Award finalists, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Basquiat’s Notebooks, Deborah Levy, Will Sheff on Bob Dylan’s Latest, David Graeber, and More
In our afternoon reading: news of an upcoming book of Jean-Michel Basquiat’s notebooks, notes on the new book from David Graeber, a new Deborah Levy essay, Will Sheff on the Bob Dylan’s new album, Mallory Ortberg on Harper Lee, and more.
On Jean-Michel Basquiat, Metallica, and video games. A map of literary England. Eat, drink, and listen to Aleksandar Hemon at BAM. Jem Cohen’s Polaroids on display at the Jewish Museum until March 25th. The New York Times has a slideshow. Kate Bush’s “Wuthering Heights” gets slowed down. When Teddy Roosevelt tried to clean up New York. Banksy borrowing quotes from 90’s zines. Follow Vol. 1 Brooklyn on Twitter, Facebook, Google + and our Tumblr.
Bites: National Lampoon, Gordon Lish on Eugene Marten, Egypt’s Internet, Zachary Lipez on Zachary Lipez and More
PW talks to Rick Meyerowitz about Drunk Stoned Brilliant Dead: The Writers and Artists Who Made The National Lampoon Insanely Great. Everyone and everything was fair game. There was also a high/low sense of taste to the material. Yes, they were smoking illegal substances, but what did you expect? They were twenty-two years old and they liked naked girls. Gordon Lish talking about Eugene Marten. Zack Lipez interviews himself at The Nervous Breakdown. This is probably the most groundbreaking interview […]