In our afternoon writing: new nonfiction from Claire Messud, an excerpt from Danniel Schoonebeek’s forthcoming book, a look at the work of John McPhee, and more.
Morning Bites: Maggie Nelson on Nonfiction, Blake Butler Interviews Dennis Cooper, Warren Ellis on Watches, and More
In our morning reading: Maggie Nelson recommends nonfiction, Warren Ellis talks watches and technology, Blake Butler interviews Dennis Cooper, and more.
Afternoon Bites: David Mitchell, Claire Messud on Film, Jules Feiffer’s Latest, Ty Segall’s New Album, and More
Delving into the mind of David Mitchell, Lake Bell is adapting a Claire Messud novel, talking comics with Jules Feiffer, a review of Ty Segall’s latest, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Hope Larson’s Short Film, James Murphy and Harold Pinter, Claire Messud Interviewed, Greg Tate on Kanye West, and More
James Murphy goes Broadway, Greg Tate on “Yeezus,” interviews with Claire Messud and Royal Young, and much more.
“As a critic, Malcolm owns her biases, and allows the reader to join her as she interrogates what these predilections reveal about gender, race, class, and the other thorny issues.” At The New Republic, Cara Parks on the career of Janet Malcolm. MobyLives interviewed J.A. Tyler about the end of Mud Luscious Press. Richard Prince’s Seinfeld-inspired composite. Would you like to hear a song from Tim Harrington’s upcoming children’s book? Claire Messud: interviewed. (And here’s some commentary from David Daley.) Amelia Gray: also interviewed! […]