In our morning reading: thoughts on Jonathan Lethem’s new novel, interviews with Barry Jenkins and Lucy K. Shaw, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Mitchell S. Jackson on Portland, Sarah Gerard, Lucy K. Shaw Interviewed, Drew Nellins Smith, and More
In our afternoon reading: an interview with Mitchell S. Jackson, new nonfiction from Colin Dickey and Sarah Gerard, and more.
Afternoon Bites: New Rachel Kushner Fiction, Lucy K. Shaw Interviewed, “Station Eleven” Excerpt, Music and Surveillance, and More
In our afternoon reading: new fiction from Rachel Kushner, notes on music and surveillance culture, thoughts on César Aira’s fiction, an interview with Lucy K. Shaw, and more.
We are, not surprisingly, looking forward to Lucy K. Shaw’s The Motion. And now, there’s a trailer for it, where spaces are surreally illuminated and Shaw’s voice ponders the concept of motion. And if you’re eager to hear more from Shaw, you might want to check out her 2014 appearance on Almost Live at Mellow Pages. You can watch the trailer here, or below.
Afternoon Bites: Helen Macdonald, Mish Way on Style, George R.R. Martin on “Station Eleven,” and More
In our afternoon reading: Mish Way on style, Katy Waldman on Helen Macdonald, George R.R. Martin recommends Emily St. John Mandel’s latest, checking in with Lucy K. Shaw, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Amazon & Publishers, Shirley Jackson Awards, Sharon Van Etten, Pondering Fanny Price, and More
Interviews with Sharon Van Etten and James Brubaker, new fiction from LK Shaw and Michael Signorelli, when apps and vinyl collide, and more.
In this episode, we get to know Lucy K. Shaw, founder of Shabby Doll House. We talk about how she has been able to use the internet to help her find her voice and her community and to build a magazine from the ground up. We had a really great time with Lucy and hope you will, too.