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 […]

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Afternoon Bites: David Byrne Talks Copyright, Noy Holland, George Saunders’s Style Guide, and More

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.

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