Afternoon Bites: Notes on Judee Sill, Wendy C. Ortiz Interviewed, Rikki Ducornet Playlist, Dolan Morgan, and More


“…her love songs feel like lying alone in an echoing cathedral, talking to God; and her only song with Jesus in the actual lyrics is really about her boyfriend leaving her for Linda Ronstadt.” Annie Nilsson on Judee Sill at The Toast.

Jazmine Hughes was interviewed at The Guardian.

Ottessa Moshfegh’s McGlue was reviewed at Fiction Advocate.

Wendy C. Ortiz talked with Electric Literature.

Pitchfork on the problem with “nice guys” in music.

Dolan Morgan was interviewed at BOMB.

Rikki Ducornet assembled a playlist for her essay collection The Deep Zoo.

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