In our afternoon reading: interviews with Eddie Huang, Waxahatchee, and John D’Agata, and much more.
Morning Bites: Garth Greenwell on Music, Emily Schultz, Kevin Young Poetry, Brian Evenson Interviewed, and More
In our morning reading: musical recommendations from Garth Greenwell, interviews with John D’Agata and Brian Evenson, poetry from Kevin Young, and much more.
Indexing: Turing Machine, John McPhee’s “The Pine Barrens,” Revisiting Coleridge, Andrés Neuman, and More
Items of interest from Vol. 1 contributors.
Afternoon Bites: Michael Ian Black Interviewed, John D’Agata In Conversation, Dave Tompkins On Rammellzee, And More
“An enigmatic presence in New York’s downtown art scene, Rammellzee wasn’t just another crazy guy with three pairs of Geordi La Forge glasses perched on his very busy skull. He imagined train cars linking different phrases, a sort of “Conjunction Junction” on aerosol fumes.” Dave Tompkins talks Rammellzee at The Paris Review. Bookavore on the recent D’Agata/Fingal/Julavits event at McNally Jackson. William Giraldi on the fiction of William Gay. Gabrielle Gantz talks with Michael Ian Black. Aaron Gonsher provides a guide […]
“While we are beyond delighted at the success of Go the Fuck to Sleep, my life and life at Akashic has not changed that much…” MobyLives checks in with Akashic’s Johnny Temple. Thomas Ross looks at Floyd Skloot’s short story collection Cream of Kohlrabi: “The standouts, which are immersive and emotionally gripping, are that way because Skloot writes such terribly honest characters. It’s striking how warmly and humanely Skloot writes about loss.” At Sound of the City, Nick Murray reports on last night’s […]