In our afternoon reading: remembering Günter Grass and Eduardo Galeano, new writing from Jana Hunter and Jillian Mapes, an interview with Amber Tamblyn, and more.
Morning Bites: Lower Dens, Matthew Weiner Interviewed, Geoff Dyer on Underground Culture, Ata Kak, and More
In our morning reading: interviews with Jana Hunter and Matthew Weiner, new nonfiction from Geoff Dyer, notes from Seattle’s APRIL Festival, and more.
Afternoon Bites: New Harper Lee, Marxists vs. Nihilists, Whit Stillman Adapts Jane Austen, Atticus Lish, and More
In our afternoon reading: news of a new Harper Lee novel emerges, an interview with Laura van den Berg, a look at We Need Diverse Books, Atticus Lish on WNYC, when media on the internet vanishes, and more.
Posted by Jason Diamond I was an active champion of the freak-folk/New Weird American/Good Beard genre of the mid aughts (which was like what, 3 years ago?). Most of the big “names” have grown up or gotten stale, but Jana Hunter seems to be quite alright with aligning herself with new projects.