Afternoon Bites: Mary Timony’s Musical History, Alexander Chee on Genealogy, Megan Abbott on “Twin Peaks,” and More


Christina Billotte discussed Slant 6’s recently-reissued Soda Pop*Rip Off at Rookie.

Billotte’s onetime bandmate Mary Timony discussed her musical history with Pitchfork.

Roxane Gay’s essay “The Price of Black Ambition” is now up at Virginia Quarterly Review.

Alexander Chee talked family history with Maud Newton.


Style tips from Twin Peaks. In a similar vein, Megan Abbott wrote about the show’s influence on her fiction.

Jenn Northington looks into some of the references in Lumberjanes.

The latest installment in Mairead Case’s reading diary is up.

At Electric Literature, a look at how two comics do vastly different things with similar themes.

Allo Darlin’ were interviewed at Wondering Sound.

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