In our morning reading: an interview with Paul Lisicky, remembrances of Tom Petty, and much more.
I’m not sure if Americans being reluctant to get out and see more of the country and world is strictly a post 9/11 thing, like we’re not safe here, but we’re way less safe anywhere else, or if it’s always been this way. All I know is that I don’t see that many great books about stepping out of your comfort zone and into the back of a car or hiking for miles. There are glimmering examples, memoirs that have […]
Afternoon Bites: Cheryl Strayed Interviewed, “Slaughterhouse 90210,” Mark Costello, The Year’s Best Labels, and More
In our afternoon reading: interviews with Cheryl Strayed and Joe Hill, labels that did notable work in 2015, adapting Neil Gaiman short stories as comics, and more.
In our weekend reading: an interview with Cheryl Strayed, a report from Book Riot Live, recommended science fiction novels, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Philip Glass’s Memoir, Roxane Gay, Cheryl Strayed Interviewed, New Adrian Van Young Fiction, and More
In our afternoon reading: a review of Philip Glass’s new book, interviews with Roxane Gay and Cheryl Strayed, new fiction from Adrian Van Young, and more.
Morning Bites: Teju Cole on Kieślowski, Cheryl Strayed, Chris Kraus Interviewed, William S. Burroughs’s Legacy, and More
In our morning reading: Teju Cole on the film Three Colors: Red, an interview with Chris Kraus, the best of Cheryl Strayed’s “Dear Sugar” columns, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Barry Gifford, Cheryl Strayed Interviewed, Zachary Lipez on Rancid, Cyberpunk and Culture, and More
This afternoon: revisiting the novels of Barry Gifford, new writing from Kwame Opam, talking with Cheryl Strayed, cyberpunk and contemporary culture, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Parnassus Books Year One, Adapting “Wild” and “Under the Dome,” Inside “Discordia,” and More
Writer Laurie Penny and illustrator Molly Crabapple talked with Bitch about their collaboration Discordia, Christopher Hitchens, Djuna Barnes, and more. Ann Patchett on the first year in the life of her bookstore Parnassus Books. Jay Bulger on making a documentary about legendary drummer Ginger Baker. Molly Ringwald is interviewed by the Los Angeles Review of Books. Nick Hornby is adapting Cheryl Strayed’s Wild for the big screen. And Brian K. Vaughan is adapting Stephen King’s Under the Dome for television. Edward Champion looks into the […]