Weekend Bites: Fitzgerald’s Grave, B.E.E. and D.F.W., Emily Books Selects the Tunes, Philip Roth’s Open Letter and More



Moondog (above) passed away on this day (September 8th) in 1999.

A former editor of Bret Easton Ellis and David Foster Wallace has a pretty good idea why Ellis doesn’t like Wallace.

That time Philip Roth wrote an open letter to Wikipedia and had it published by The New Yorker.

Emily Gould makes an Emily Books playlist for Electric Literature.

The D.C. suburb where F. Scott Fitzgerald is buried.

According to The New Republic, Bob Dylan’s new album is “macabre.”

Community to do a Hunger Games episode.

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