Weekend Bites: Hipster Punchlines, Pulp Documentary, Kelly Sue DeConnick, Maxwell Neely-Cohen’s Playlist, and More


At Pitchfork, notes on Pulp, a documentary on Pulp. (You might have been able to figure that one out.)

“Unsworth’s prose is pitch-perfect: her idioms are spot-on for the nineties generation, for club kids and artists and literary academics, for the working class woman who lives in an urban eco-coop and obsesses over the Higgs boson.” Bookmunch on Emma Jane Unsworth’s Animals.

Jesse David Fox on hipster punchlines.

The Portland Mercury talked with Kelly Sue DeConnick about her acclaimed comic Pretty Deadly.

If you’d like to see Maxwell Neely-Cohen’s playlist for his novel Echo of the Boom, look no further.

The Nervous Breakdown has an excerpt from Juliet Escoria’s fantastic collection Black Cloud.

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