Afternoon Bites: Gary Lutz in Brooklyn, Vampire Weekend, New from Nouvella, Chris Eaton, and More


“‘Don’t Lie’ zeroes in on an unbearable pressure to get the best possible experience out of life, but that’s a subjective thing. You only live once, sure, but you can’t live every life.” Matthew Perpetua makes the case for the latest from Vampire Weekend. We await the inevitable Life After Life/Modern Vampires think-piece.

Artforum at the Frieze Art Fair.

Chris Eaton on hockey, fiction, and his new novel Chris Eaton: A Biography.

Derek Palacio’s How to Shake the Other Man is coming soon via Nouvella.

Gary Lutz, Amber Sparks, and others are reading at Unnameable later this month.

Clips from Jim Jarmusch’s next film have surfaced.

Images from last night’s installment of the Franklin Park Reading Series.

Warren Ellis has an ebook single, titled Dead Pig Collector, coming out in June.

Ken Burns is producing a documentary adaptation of Siddhartha Mukherjee’s The Emperor of All Maladies.

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