In our morning reading: interviews with Tommy Orange and Leslie Jamison, revisiting “Nebraska,” and much more.
Afternoon Bites: Ann Quin, Terese Marie Mailhot Interviewed, Brittney Cooper, Duchamp’s Zines, and More
In our afternoon reading: a discussion of Ann Quin’s writings, interviews with Terese Marie Mailhot and Brittney Cooper, and more.
Afternoon Bites: David Byrne Interviewed, Yiddish Pulp Fiction, Scaachi Koul Nonfiction, Uniform, and More
In our afternoon reading: an interview with David Byrne, new nonfiction by Scaachi Koul and Ezra Glinter, and more.
In our afternoon reading: notes on Jean-Michel Basquiat’s poetry, thoughts on revisionist Westerns, checking in with David Byrne, soccer’s influence on The Clash, and more.
An excerpt from Alejandro Jodorowsky’s forthcoming book, new writing from Helen DeWitt and Zachary Lipez, Rosie Schaap on apertifs, notes on Pulp’s movie, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Arthur Russell and Talking Heads, Re-Captioned Comics, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s Latest, Rutu Modan, and More
A review of the latest novel from Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie; a previously unreleased Talking Heads/Arthur Russell collaboration; talk of comics digital and re-captioned; Rutu Modan’s latest graphic novel, and much more can all be found in our afternoon reading.
Afternoon Bites: Gilbert Hernandez Interviewed, Russians Watching “The Americans,” Spiritualized, and More
Gilbert Hernandez talked to the ComiXologist about his new graphic novel Julio’s Day. The Atlantic Wire’s Spring books preview should help your to-read lists expand in epic fashion. Richard Metzger looks back on David Byrne’s opera The Catherine Wheel. When D & D meets Oblique Strategies… The Men’s Ben Greenberg on the debut from Chelsea Light Moving. Alisa Louise Merchant’s essay “Bleakness. Laughter. Liberation?” is very much worth your time. Masha Gessen is asked about Russian reactions to The Americans. Matthew Perpetua on […]
Behold: the style guide for George Saunders’s Tenth of December. Full Stop looks at Noy Holland’s Swim For the Little One First. Scott Esposito looks ahead to 2013’s most anticipated books. Here’s David Byrne talking with Chris Ruen at the NYPL. (We interviewed Ruen in October.) Caryn Rose (and many others) pick their favorite music-related books of 2012. Alison Hallett looks at T. Cooper’s Real Man Adventures. Follow Vol. 1 Brooklyn on Twitter, Facebook, Google + and our Tumblr.