Checking in with Flying Lotus, Lars Iyer, and Justin K. Broadrick; thoughts on new books from Kerry Howley, Claudia Rankine, and Jim Ruland; an excerpt from Sean H. Doyle’s forthcoming book, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Julia Fierro Interviewed, Philip Glass & Steve Reich, Chris L. Terry Fiction, Frieze New York, and More
Julia Fierro discusses her debut novel, new fiction from Chris L. Terry and Sofia Samatar, the end of East Village Radio, when musical icons share a stage, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Jhumpa Lahiri on Mavis Gallant, “Einstein on the Beach,” Justin Hocking Excerpted, Kid Millions & J. Spaceman, and More
This afternoon: Jhumpa Lahiri remembers Mavis Gallant, a pair of takes on Matthew Barney’s latest, Jennifer Sky talks Seal, J. Spaceman and Kid Millions collaborate, and more.
Morning Bites: Europe’s “Gatsby,” Questioning the Canon, Amtrak Residency, Joseph Riippi on “The Last Days of California,” and More
This morning: editing the literary canon, Philip Glass on children’s television, Joseph Riippi on Mary Miller’s latest, Amtrak literary residencies, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Philip Glass on Film, Charlie Parker Biographies, LA Art Book Fair, Mitchell S. Jackson Interviewed, and More
Philip Glass talks about writing music for films, Mitchell S. Jackson talks to The Paris Review, a guide to the LA Art Book Fair, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Philip Glass in Nashville, Chicago Photos, Ai Weiwei, Jason Schwartz Interviewed, and More
This afternoon: Jason Schwartz discusses his new book with 3:AM, Swearin’ chats with Noisey, delving into musical history via Paramount Records, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Marie-Helene Bertino, Remixed Philip Glass, Junot Díaz on ”Watership Down,” and More
“Books like Safe as Houses remind me of the feeling I first had reading Lewis Carroll, a feeling that keeps me coming back to genre fiction in all its forms: that some people see the world very differently, and that it’s immense fun to borrow their perspective and see it along with them.” Jenn Northington looks at Marie-Helene Bertino’s collection Safe as Houses. New fiction from Matt Bell, Amber Sparks, and more can be found in this anthology. Junot Díaz on Watership Down. T.C. […]
It has been a pretty good 75th year for Philip Glass. Einstein on the Beach played at BAM, the Park Avenue Armory threw him a really big bash, and nearly every other big and small New York institution followed suit. The only thing left is an album full of younger artists remixing his music, including Beck’s 20-minute “NYC: 73-78,” which is available to listen to right now at NPR. Follow Vol. 1 Brooklyn on Twitter, Facebook, Google + and our Tumblr.