Morning Bites: 100 Years of William Burroughs, Charlie Chaplin’s Fiction, Pete Seeger’s Postcards, Anthony Braxton, and More
William S. Burroughs was born 100 years ago today in 1914. The Quietus takes a look at his life, times, and influence.
Charlie Chaplin’s fiction.
A.N. Devers reviews My Life in Middlemarch.
Postcards from Pete Seeger.
Matthew Olshan looks at “the National Air and Space Museum and the nation’s guilty conscience” at The Paris Review.
Nat Baldwin from the Dirty Projectors talks Anthony Braxton.
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