W.W. Norton is reviving the Liveright imprint, according to this Publishers Weekly piece. “Speaking to the fiction offerings from the imprint, Norton said Liveright will look to publish novels that “uphold a distinct twentieth-century American tradition.” Liveright will also publish literature in translation as well as graphic fiction and nonfiction.” We are intrigued.
- Hobart has a new blog, and there takes a look at the sports website Grantland.
- Alexandra Beggs chats with Jesse Ball, author of The Curfew.
- Carl Wilson presents “5 propositions and maxims that reading [Ellen Willis’s] Out of the Vinyl Deeps made me think should guide more criticism today.”
- Vulture begins a new series revisiting cherished films, albums, and television shows; first up: Heathers.