Afternoon Bites: “Seinfeld” Art, Janet Malcolm, Tim Harrington’s Children’s Book, and More

"The Journalist and the Murderer"


“As a critic, Malcolm owns her biases, and allows the reader to join her as she interrogates what these predilections reveal about gender, race, class, and the other thorny issues.” At The New RepublicCara Parks on the career of Janet Malcolm.

MobyLives interviewed J.A. Tyler about the end of Mud Luscious Press.

Richard Prince’s Seinfeld-inspired composite.

Would you like to hear a song from Tim Harrington’s upcoming children’s book?

Claire Messud: interviewed. (And here’s some commentary from David Daley.)

Amelia Gray: also interviewed!

The Classical looks at The Fish That Saved Pittsburgh. A Michael Chabon reference is made.

Dan Wilbur handsells some books

Eluvium plus Ira Kaplan? Excellent.

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