Morning Bites: One Less Magazine, Beckett Reading, Céline Talk, Huxley’s Death Trip, Cheryl Strayed, And More

Steven Heller on the book cover design work of Quentin Fiore.

Newsweek the magazine (not the website…) is no more.

Cheryl Strayed continues to kick the ass of 2012. She sits down and talks with The Millions.

“Journey to the End of the Night, first published in 1932, is one of the greatest novels of the 20th century. It is also the finest novel ever written by a far-right sympathiser” – Talking Céline at the New Statesman.

Samuel Beckett reads.

A letter from Aldous Huxley’s widow abut his “beautiful” LSD-assisted death.

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