Note: We won’t be posting Indexing or Sunday Stories this week so we can eat matzo brei and hunt for Easter eggs. In case you weren’t sure if you should use the Jonathan Safran Foer/Nathan Englander New American Haggadah, The National Review reviewed it. Adam Kirsch reviews The Complete Poems of Philip Larkin. Los Angeles Review of Books made a video for their April 18th relaunch. Rachel Syme on her favorite Titanic books. Andy Zaltzman reads about Nero and Caligula for the […]
The Week In Reviews: NSFW Graphic Novels, Kirsch on Ullman, Brandon Stosuy on Pallbearer, “Frat Rap,” and More
A weekly appreciation for the art of the review.
“They were dressed in summery short dresses and tights, but brightly colored balaclavas masked their faces. Dancing frantically to keep warm, they launched into a song that could be delicately titled “Putin Got Scared,” though the lyrics in Russian were ruder than that.” – Pussy Riot, our new favorite band on the planet, gets profiled by NPR. Gary Shteyngart, Douglas Rushkoff, and a bunch of other smart folks weigh in on Facebook $5 billion dollar IPO at Motherboard. At Tablet: Adam […]