Talking with Merritt Tierce, David Lynch gets a museum show, Ben Lerner’s new book is reviewed, Mary Gordon has made a playlist, notes on albums from Willie Nelson and Moon Duo, and more.
Morning Bites: Wendy C. Ortiz on “Excavation,” Kathleen Hale, Patti Smith’s Nonfiction, Protomartyr Interviewed, and More
An interview with Wendy C. Ortiz, new writing from Roxane Gay, Kathleen Hale, and D. Foy, checking in with Protomartyr, a look at Patti Smith’s nonfiction, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Shya Scanlon on “Twin Peaks,” Great Fictional Vacations, A New Sarah Gerard Essay, Sufjan Stevens Covers Arthur Russell, and More
Revisiting Twin Peaks, Emma Straub on fictional vacations, Sarah Gerard on veganism and radical politics, Sufjan Stevens and Arthur Russell, The Dissolve on James Franco’s Child of God adaptation, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Arto Lindsay Retrospective, Roxane Gay Interviewed, Billy Childish’s Discography, Lyric Hunter, and More
Interviews with Roxane Gay and Lyric Hunter, Maud Newton’s book has a publisher, thoughts on the lengthy musical careers of Billy Childish and Arto Lindsay, and more.
There is more than enough David Lynch worship to go around, but talking about current styles that look like they could be pulled from his television series and movie about the murder of Laura Palmer in Twin Peaks, Washington, and the city’s unusual inhabitants after reading a 1990 issue of Sassy Magazine you had lying around, that’s certainly something a little better. Follow Vol. 1 Brooklyn on Twitter, Facebook, Google +, our Tumblr, and sign up for our mailing list.
Afternoon Bites: David Lynch’s New Album, NYC Beaches, Literary Streets, Curtis Harrington’s Memoir, and More
Mark Richardson on the new album from David Lynch, a review of director Curtis Harrington’s memoir, authors share their favorite literary streets, Alexander Maksik is interviewed, and more.
We don’t want to be presumptuous, but we’d be willing to bet that more than a few of our readers are fans of the films of David Lynch. Similarly, we also suspect that it’s likely that more than a few of you are fond of well-printed objects — lithographs, for instance. Thus, Lynch’s short film IDEM PARIS may well be of interest to some of you. For those seeking the history of this project, Twitchfilm has more details. Follow Vol. 1 Brooklyn […]
Please feast your eyes on the deluxe vinyl reissue of David Lynch’s Eraserhead soundtrack coming out on August 7, 2012 on the always great Sacred Bones label. The soundtrack will be released in a limited edition of 1500 and will feature a 16-page booklet, three 11-inch prints, a digital download, and a 7-inch single of Peter Ivers’ “In Heaven” with the previously unreleased “Pete’s Boogie”. This is officially the Jesus of all soundtrack rereleases. Follow Vol. 1 Brooklyn on Twitter, Facebook, Google + and our Tumblr.