In our morning reading: an interview with Emma Ruth Rundle, a fundraiser for D. Foy, and more.
Weekend Bites: Heid E. Erdrich Nonfiction, James Baldwin on Screen, Jeff Jackson, Gaël Faye Interviewed, and More
In our weekend reading: a new essay by Heid E. Erdrich, interviews with Geff Jackson and Gaël Faye, and more.
In our morning reading: an interview with Lynne Tillman, new writing by Tracy O’Neill, and much more.
Afternoon Bites: Joanna Newsom Revisited, Gillian Flynn, D. Foy Interviewed, Brian Blanchfield, and More
In our afternoon reading: Chelsea Hodson wrote about Joanna Newsom, an interview with D. Foy, and much more.
In our afternoon reading: thoughts on the writing of Leonard Cohen, an interview with D. Foy, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Richard Lloyd Parry Excerpted, D. Foy, Helen McClory Fiction, Chris Abani Interviewed, and More
In our afternoon reading: nonfiction by Richard Lloyd Parry, fiction by Helen McClory, and much more.
Earlier this summer some friends invited me to see Converge and Neurosis play Boston. I demurred, because I knew what I’d be getting myself into. Granted, the friends included a guy I hadn’t been to a show with for years – it would have been nice to hang. But I remembered going to see a pre-allegations Swans show in Providence a few years back. Yes, it was heavy, intense, unbelievably brutal and crushing, all those adjectives that get attached to […]
What does the month of September have in store, as far as books are concerned? A whole lot of intriguing short fiction, for one thing–everything from meticulously-arranged tales of the uncanny to stylistically bold explorations of society. There’s also intriguing new works from some of our favorite writers, from an experimentally-structured work by John Haskell to a collection of lectures by Toni Morrison. As summer segues into fall, here are some book that might help ease you in to sweater […]