Afternoon Bites: New Luke B. Goebel Fiction, “The Congress” Reviewed, Kate Bush Albums as Books, Norman Brannon on Cultural Memory, and More


New fiction from Luke B. Goebel at The American Reader. We’ll be hosting him at Greenlight next month.

Ezra Glinter on The Congress, Ari Folman’s loose adaptation of a Stanislaw Lem novel.

The Atavist has new work from Leslie Jamison.

Norman Brannon on Basement Jaxx, house music, and cultural memory.

Reinventing Kate Bush albums as books.

English Kills Review reports from Justin Taylor and Jess Row’s event at Housing Works.

Zachary Lipez on the best music to use to clear a bar.

Tyler Coates interviewed Melissa Gira Grant.

Stuart Berman on After the End, the new album from Merchandise.

Zach Baron talked with Longform’s podcast.

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