Bites: Books on Abraham, Chuck Klosterman on the Fab 4, bike shares, Genesis P-Orridge, and more



The New York Review of Books has a stack of books on our 16th President

Daniel Steel and “That Madea Guy” both make the list of “15 Rich-Ass Authors I’ve Suddenly Decided to Like“. (Thanks HTMLGIANT)

The Desk Set asks: “Why should we, librarians and friends of libraries, care about the state of the humanities?

JK Rowling getting a comic book


Copenhagen Bike Share Competition.  (Thanks Cool Hunting)


Chuck Klosterman reviews the recently remastered Beatles albums for A.V. Club

New Tickley Feather song on Impose

Genesis P-Orridge has an art show in New York, and also gets a mention in the New Yorker via the Sasha Frere-Jones piece on Nine Inch Nails.

Titus Andronicus: “existential and antiestablishment ideas“.  (The Daily Iowan)