Morning Bites: Dmitry Samarov’s Playlist, Emily Gould’s Fall Reading, Knausgård on Handke, Talking “Cool Choices,” and More
Dmitry Samarov put together a playlist for his book Where To? A Hack Memoir.
Emily Gould recommends some fall books.
Jenn Ghetto talked with Wondering Sound about the new S album Cool Choices, which was reviewed at Dusted and Pitchfork.
Karl Ove Knausgård on Peter Handke.
An interview with the people behind the Office for Creative Research.
Christopher Orr continues his look back at the Coens’ films with thoughts on Burn After Reading.
The Dissolve looks at the Patricia Highsmith adaptation The Two Faces of January.
Jason Bailey on David Cronenberg’s new film, written by Bruce Wagner.
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