In the Times, Julian Lucas on John Lewis, Andrew Aydin and Nate Powell’s March trilogy.
Dwyer Murphy on the radical bookstores of San Francisco.
At Electric Literature, Gabino Iglesias reviewed Donald Ray Pollock’s The Heavenly Table.
Christopher Bird on the Toronto Public Library system.
Talking comics and multimedia projects with Saul Williams.
At Pitchfork, Zoe Camp reviewed the new album from Marching Church.
New music is on the way from New Zealand’s The Bats.
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