Morning Bites: Fifty Shades of Bret Easton Ellis, Kate Christensen, Food Truck Lingo, and More


Bret Easton Elis want to be the guy to adapt Fifty Shades of Grey.

Kate Christensen talks to Ladies Home Journal.

The new issue of n+1 is out.

“The satirization of the authority we’ve traditionally given established institutions and systems, such as the theater, is satirized: the family, marriage, school, police, the boy scouts, social services, and the church for example.” – Katrina Richardson at The New Inquiry on Wes Anderson’s Moonrise Kingdom.

Do you speak food truck?

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