Rick Moody and his band, Wingdale Community Singers, play live for Bomb. Adopt this bookstore cat! Albert Camus: thinking mans goalkeep. Lit zombies take over Iowa. Elif Batuman loves Russians. Sana Krasikov interviews Alicia Jo Rabins of Girls in Trouble Vermilion Sands sorta rule. Spoon get written up in the New York Times. Jonathan Richman is going on tour!
If your French is good, we’d love a translation of what Camus is saying here in this 1957 interview at a soccer game. We’re assuming this is post-Nobel Prize winning. Watch it here.
Bites: Ames is Bored to Death, Thurston on grunge, Sampsell talks to Elliott, Jeter and Jesus = same thing, and more
Is Bored to Death (starring Jason Schwartzman, pictured above) the next HBO show in line that becomes that show people who “don’t watch tv” actually get into (The Wire, The Sopranos, etc.)? Not sure. But knowing that Jonathan Ames is the writer can give one hope. He talks to Huffington Post. Indichik went to our Vol. 1 Storytelling Brooklyn series this last Thursday, and said some very nice things. Lit. Kevin Sampsell interviews Stephen Elliott for the Portland Mercury 2666, […]