In our morning reading: interviews with Elizabeth Hand and Emma Copley Eisenberg, thoughts on Danez Smith’s new book, and more.
Morning Bites: Lee Hazlewood, Gabrielle Civil’s Latest, Gary Panter, Kate Wisel Interviewed, and More
In our morning reading: reviews of old music by Lee Hazlewood and new art by Gary Panter, an interview with Kate Wisel, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Wikipedia Printed, Joni Tevis’s Latest, Pavement Reissues, Gary Panter Interviewed, and More
In our Friday afternoon reading: reviews of new books by Joni Tevis and Colin Winnette, an interview with Gary Panter, checking in with Pavement about their reissue series, and more.
Weekend Bites: Jeffery Renard Allen, Jess Row’s Playlist, Darcy Steinke Interviewed, Gary Panter, and More
Jeffery Renard Allen on the historical origins of his new novel, Elizabeth Gilbert interviewed Darcy Steinke, new art from Gary Panter, a playlist from Jess Row, inside Archipelago Books, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Gary Panter on Ray Johnson, Justin Taylor’s Playlist, British Noir, Alex Ross Vs. The Cloud, and More
Gary Panter discusses Ray Johnson, the beginnings of British noir, a tribute to Wendi Harris Kaufman, the cloud and classical music, and more.
“Panter’s famous ratty line provides a restless urgency to scenes of kinetic city life, but his immense talent in these early strips is in suggesting atmospheric detail through linework that, like the terrain it depicts, is a blend of multiple sources.” Nicole Rudick reviewed Gary Panter’s Dal Tokyo for the Los Angeles Review of Books. We’re really enjoying this Paris Review series on soccer in Montenegro. And while we’re looking at terrific writing on soccer, we should also mention Tom Mitchell’s piece […]
Gary Panter and Charles Burns are interviewed together over at Indirect Collaboration.