In our afternoon reading: a look at books by Leila Guerriero and Ryan Gattis, punk-infused jazz, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Mimi Pond, Lidia Yuknavitch Interviewed, Annie DeWitt Fiction, Ottessa Moshfegh, and More
In our afternoon reading: interviews with Mimi Pond and Ottessa Moshfegh, fiction by Michael T. Fournier, and more.
In our afternoon reading: an interview with Rachel Cusk, new essays by Margo Jefferson and Isaac Fitzgerald, and more.
Weekend Bites: Wendy C. Ortiz Fiction, James Baldwin, Why DIY Matters, Jay Ryan Interviewed, and More
In our weekend reading: new writing by Wendy C. Ortiz, a James Baldwin-inspired work for theater, and much more.
In our afternoon reading: revisiting the music of the Warmers, talking music writing with Paula Mejia, a new essay by Cari Luna, and more.
Weekend Bites: Alexandra Kleeman, Margaret Wappler Interviewed, Nisi Shawl, Sam McPheeters’s Latest, and More
In our weekend reading: thoughts on Alexandra Kleeman’s new collection, interviews with Margaret Wappler and Nisi Shawl, and more.
In our weekend reading: interviews with Rob Spillman and Carlos Velázquez, new writing from Maria Sherman and Luke B. Goebel, and more.
Verga Disaster by Michael T. Fournier The end started when Addie Pocene stopped playing guitar mid-song. It was hard for Verga Disaster to see all the way across the Boston stage– the harsh theater spotlights rendered Addie a silhouette. Before this tour, supporting Festival of Hamburgers, their band Greenspan drew maybe twenty people per show, graduating in a few towns from basement parties to dingy bars with stages jammed into far corners.