Afternoon Bites: Hemingway Rebrand, Kathleen Hanna, Mavis Gallant Appreciation, And More


Maurice Sendak and Saul Bellow were both born on this day.

Some Mavis Gallant appreciation at The Atlantic.

Lori Carson talks The Original 1982 at the Virtual Memories podcast.

Rebranding Ernest Hemingway.

Leslie Rapparlie reviews Schroder by Amity Gaige at The Coffin Factory.

The whole Kathleen Hanna being in a new band named after her old solo thing is pretty much the best.

“Some of what Snowden says sounds too absurd to be true. His claim that he, personally, could get access to the private data of the President of the United States seems somewhere between bravura and baloney.” – Nicholas Thompson of The New Yorker on Daniel Ellsberg, Bradley Manning, and Edward Snowden.

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