Weekend Bites: Matt Bell Poetry, “Beat Street” History, Murakami Bingo, Literature’s New Album, and More


Wondering Sound has an oral history of Beat Street.

Sound of the City checked out Thursday’s Pitchfork Review event at Housing Works.

There’s a new essay from Chelsea Hodson at Sundog Lit.

Electric Literature features Haruki Murakami bingo.

Everyday Genius has new poetry from Matt Bell.

Tobias Carroll reviewed Yelena Akhtiorskaya’s Panic in a Suitcase.

At the Times, a look at the writings of Ray Johnson.

Pitchfork reviews Literature. (By which we mean the Philadelphia indiepop band.)

Hyperallergic looks at teletext art.

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