“Matthei offers a sharp critique of the intrinsic ludicrousness of advertising culture and a hilarious deconstruction of haute New York society, exposing the emptiness behind a flashy lifestyle.” Gabino Iglesias wrote about Peter Mattei’s The Great Whatsis for The Rumpus.
Matt Bell and Alissa Nutting have written two of the year’s most talked-about books, and sat down for a conversation for Bookslut.
There’s a new video game that allows you to experience the life of a novelist.
This exhibit of Tyrus Wong’s work in San Francisco sounds excellent.
Pitchfork looks at the latest album from Mark Kozelek.