Afternoon Bites: Butler on Bernhard, She Shreds, Milk Music’s Latest, Kate Christensen, and More


Talking Jonathan Rosenbaum at the Los Angeles Review of Books.

Blake Butler on Thomas Bernhard: “[S]ome of the blackest, most bare-teethed realist writing available.”

Kate Christensen on the egg.

She Shreds magazine: profiling the likes of Mary Timony and Marnie Stern. Excellent.

“…the onslaught of ecological disaster has been experienced by most of us (outside of New Orleans and Florida) as a media phenomenon. Of course, that’s all changing.” Jonathon Kyle Sturgeon on Nathaniel Rich’s Odds Against Tomorrow, and literary floods.

Nate Knaebel on the latest from Milk Music.

Joachim Pissarro on his childhood, galleries, and the avant-garde.

The Sub Pop 1000 compilation sounds terrific.

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