Morning Bites: Neil Gaiman on Kazuo Ishiguro, Meredith Graves’s Label, Robert Christgau’s Memoir, Nelson George, and More


Neil Gaiman reviewed Kazuo Ishiguro’s The Buried Giant for the Times, and Elaine Teng reviewed it for The New Republic.

Meredith Graves is starting a record label, and the Village Voice talked with her about it.

Robert Christgau was interviewed about his memoir for SPIN.

At Kill Screen: the best essay on Final Fantasy VII and emo you’re likely to read.

Zachary Lipez imagines a world without grunge.

Vulture interviewed Nelson George about his new book.

At Hyperallergic: thoughts on the New Museum’s Triennial.

Excellent news from Borderlands Books regarding their fundraising campaign.

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