Afternoon Bites: Chatting with Martin Amis, Waterman on Hermes, An “Evel Knievel Days” Party, and More

Martin Amis chats with Vulture.

At The Daily Beast, Michele Filgate looks at eight books about books, ranging from Ali Smith’s musings to booksellers’ preferred titles to handsell.

When authors of books on the music of 1970s New York City collide: Bryan Waterman reviews Will Hermes’s Love Goes to Buildings on Fire for the Los Angeles Review of Books.

Dan Deacon talks apocalyptic theories and corporations with Pitchfork.

The Outlet has a report on the release party for Pauls Toutonghi’s Evel Knievel Days.

Dustin Kurtz on (literally) immortal poems.

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