Afternoon Bites: Henry Miller Hating On Brooklyn, James Salter, Serious Baby Talk, And More


Just Mark E. Smith talking H.P. Lovecraft. No big deal at all.

When Henry Miller hated on Brooklyn before you moved here.

“This past year, I found myself in a bittersweet predicament: I was pregnant, but I was uninsured. It is a common paradox for working- and middle-class women: not poor enough to qualify for state-funded health insurance, not rich enough to purchase your own.” – Mira Ptacin on how having a baby has become a luxury at Guernica.

Paul Auster and J.M. Coetzee asking each other some questions.

James Salter talks with The Guardian.

How have you been celebrating Hummus Day?

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