Morning Bites: Jon Raymond on “Ravelstein,” Bill Callahan Goes Dub, Revisiting “All That Jazz,” Jerry Stahl, and More


At Tin House, Jon Raymond revisits Saul Bellow’s last novel, Ravelstein.

Jerry Stahl was interviewed at BOMB.

Hyperallergic on the art scene in 1950s San Francisco.

Hazlitt on the influence of “Asperger’s Lit,” and the problems it has created: “The solution is Frank Conroy. Even Bad Conroy.”

Mark Richardson reviewed Have Fun With God, Bill Callahan’s dub album, for Pitchfork.

Talking All That Jazz at Artforum.

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