In our afternoon reading: interviews with Katie Coyle, Michael Gira, and Erase Errata; Rahawa Haile on the Whitney Houston tv movie; new writing on books from Jeanette Winterson and Lauren Groff; and more.
Morning Bites: Dorothy Parker Folk Songs, Tournament of Books Longlist, Julia Fierro, New Jac Jemc Fiction, and More
In our morning reading: adapting Dorothy Parker poems as folk songs, Julia Fierro on the year in books, Meredith Graves on the year in fiction, new fiction from Jac Jemc, and more.
Morning Bites: New Jami Attenberg Writing, The Year in Essays, Lindsay Hunter’s Latest, Meredith Graves Interviewed, and More
Celebrating Philip K. Dick’s birthday, delving into the year in essays, Jami Attenberg on the time she pretended to be a psychic, an interview with Meredith Graves, and more.
Morning Bites: Joseph Heller’s Musical, Celeste Ng, “Preparation For the Next Life” Reviewed, Afghan Whigs Reissued, and More
In our morning reading: Joseph Heller’s foray into writing a musical, Maud Newton interviewed Celeste Ng, Pitchfork on the reissue of Afghan Whigs’ Gentlemen, reviews of books by Atticus Lish and Richard Ford, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Revisiting “Eraserhead,” Arthur Russell Archives, Marilynne Robinson, Meredith Graves Interviewed, and More
In our Wednesday afternoon reading: looking back at Eraserhead; interviews with Marilynne Robinson, Arthur Russell, and Meredith Graves; the state of Brooklyn’s DIY venues; Alex Flynn on superheroes; and more.
Afternoon Bites: Bob Odenkirk’s Book, Tobi Vale on La Sera, Kim Zupan, A Nicholas Rombes Excerpt, and More
Bob Odenkirk is interviewed, an excerpt from Nicholas Rombes’s forthcoming novel, Kim Zupan’s novel reviewed, Meredith Graves on the unsettling subtext of an indie rock feud, and more.
Morning Bites: A Laurie Penny Excerpt, Stanislaw Lem, Brooks Headley Interviewed, Janet Malcolm Revisited, and More
An excerpt from Laurie Penny, new writing from Meredith Graves, interviews with Brooks Headley and Sarah Lipstate, the National Book Awards longlists for YA and poetry, and more.