Morning Bites: New Fiona Apple, Gail O’Hara Photos, Slavoj’s “Boring Idiots,” Paris Review at The Strand, and More

“She’s the kind whom others want to shut up, but she keeps resurfacing — in the poems of Sylvia Plath, the stories of Lorrie Moore, the films of Lynn Shelton and Miranda July.” – Listen to Fiona Apple’s The Idler Wheel at NPR.

Slavoj Žižek talks about another group of 99%ers.

The Paris Review are having some special friends read Dorothy Parker and Denis Johnson at The Strand this Wednesday.

Seth Greenland talks Buddhism and Larry David blurbs at The Nervous Breakdown.

We bet you’d like a book full of black and white photographs by Gail O’Hara of Black Tambourine/”Chickfactor” as much as we would.

You’re going to drink that $71,700 bottle of Glenfiddich you just bought, right?

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