In our morning reading: interviews with Molly Crabapple and Ivan Vladislavić, a review of Mairead Case’s novel, and more.
Welcome To All That by Andrew Bomback 1. When we first dropped our bags on apartment floors/Took our broken hearts, put them in a drawer/Everybody here was someone else before. – Taylor Swift For me, New York ended as soon as it began. – Eula Biss I was riding the 1 train the first time I heard Taylor Swift’s “Welcome to New York,” and I’m not entirely sure if I would have made the connection between the song and the […]
In our morning reading: the upcoming On Immunity marathon reading, literary B-sides, delving into Noah Baumbach’s films, a report from AWP, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Eula Biss, Revisiting Miles Davis, Geoff Rickly on Richard Powers, J. David Osborne Interviewed, and More
In our afternoon reading: an interview with Eula Biss, revisiting two mid-70s Miles Davis albums, J. David Osborne talks publishing, catching up with Atticus Lish, and more.
Morning Bites: Thomas Pierce Interviewed, Ray Bradbury Essay, Eula Biss, Justin Pearson on Swing Kids, and More
In our morning reading: news of the Ace Hotel’s residency for writers, an interview with Eula Biss, a previously-unpublished essay from Ray Bradbury, The Ramones on film, and more.
Morning Bites: Eula Biss Considered, Grace Paley Fiction, Thoughts on Mike Kelley, Steve Gunn’s Latest, and More
Essays on Eula Biss’s new book and the art of Mike Kelley, a review of Steve Gunn’s new album, interviews with Justin Taylor and Katha Pollitt, fiction from Grace Paley and Jac Jemc, and more.
Morning Bites: Michelle Orange on Marilynne Robinson, Performing “Inventory,” Antonia Crane, Talking “Fear Street,” and More
Michelle Orange on Marilynne Robinson’s new novel, Scott Cheshire on John Coltrane, art from David Lynch, a mix from Chloe Caldwell, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Janelle Monáe and Science Fiction, Caitlin Moran Interviewed, Marlon James, Steve Reich’s Latest, and More
A look at Janelle Monáe and science fiction, Steve Reich’s latest is reviewed, thoughts on new books from Eula Biss and Marlon James, an interview with Caitlin Moran, and more.