The fine journal Conjunctions will hold a release party for its fifty-sixth issue at BookCourt on May 20th. Readers include Benjamin Hale and Peter Straub; I believe Mr. Straub read a bit of his story from this issue at Largehearted Lit earlier this week, and it was deeply unsettling (in the best possible way).
- Alyssa Rosenberg begins a debate on “the question of how to build a progressive arts policy.”
- The Observer reports on Geoff Dyer’s recent appearance at McNally Jackson.
- Have you ever wondered how the titles of Judd Apatow-produced films sound in Portugese? Splitsider has you covered.