In our morning reading: Jami Attenberg talked with Judy Blume and Emily Gould; new writing from Sarah Gerard and Michele Filgate; notes on a Mountain Goats show; and more.
Morning Bites: Mary Ruefle, A Guide to Judy Blume, Colin Winnette’s Playlist, Afropunk Festival, and More
In our morning reading: new writing from Mary Ruefle and Sara Lippmann, Natalie Eilbert on a pair of books from Aaron Apps, a guide to the books of Judy Blume, and more.
In our afternoon reading: interviews with Kelly Link and Jon DeRosa, writers on how Judy Blume influenced them, checking in with Will Chancellor, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Sergio de la Pava, Paula Bomer Interviewed, Kim Gordon Onscreen, Boris Vian Reissued, and More
Talking with Sergio de la Pava and Paula Bomer, Kim Gordon on film, reviews of books from Boris Vian and Christopher Beha, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Chris Abani Interviewed, Tavi Gevinson, MoMA Expands, Judy Blume & Lena Dunham’s Reading List, and More
Chris Abani talks art and politics, thoughts on MoMA’s latest expansion, the importance of novellas, an interview with Tavi Gevinson, what Robert Christgau’s been reading, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Nick Cave Interviewed, On Judy Blume’s “Forever,” Victor LaValle at the Center for Fiction, and More
Robert Longo chatted with Richard Price at The Strand. Nick Cave was interviewed over at The AV Club. Rachel Fershleiser shares her story from Tuesday’s 3-Minute Book Stories event, with a look at Judy Blume’s Forever and first love. The American Reader checked out Victor LaValle’s appearance at the Center for Fiction. Our own Jason Diamond (along with folks from WORD, Greenlight, the Fireside Follies series, and Electric Literature) is interviewed by Brooklyn Magazine. Grantland went drinking with Junot Díaz. Aaron Leitko […]
Afternoon Bites: Chris Onstad’s Breakroom Truffles, Judy Blume On Ryan Gosling, Alexander Chee on Gertrude Stein, And More
Afternoon links for February 23, 2012.
Morning Bites: Daniel Day-Lewis as Lincoln, Judy Blume love, The New Inquiry, Faulkner on HBO, and more
That’s Daniel Day-Lewis as Abraham Lincoln for the Dec. 2012 film “Lincoln,” which is based on Doris Kearns Goodwin’s book Team of Rivals. (Via) “It was the weekly meeting of The New Inquiry, a scrappy online journal and roving clubhouse that functions as an Intellectuals Anonymous of sorts for desperate members of the city’s literary underclass barred from the publishing establishment.” – The New Inquiry gets a big writeup at the New York Times. Tired of signing every hot contemporary author up for […]