In our afternoon reading: an interview with Carmiel Banasky, fiction from Warren Ellis and Diane Williams, and much more.
In our morning reading: thoughts on Luc Sante’s latest, interviews with Carmiel Banasky and Jon DeRosa, and more.
In our afternoon reading: interviews with Kelly Link and Jon DeRosa, writers on how Judy Blume influenced them, checking in with Will Chancellor, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Heidi Julavits, New Jon DeRosa Music, xTx Interviewed, Emily Schultz’s Playlist, and More
In our afternoon reading: a playlist from Emily Schultz, interviews with Heidi Julavits and xTx, new music from Jon DeRosa, a review of Chloe Caldwell’s latest, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Elena Ferrante Reviewed, Bentonville Art City, Matt Madden’s One Story, Brooklyn Blossoms Book Club, and More
A look at the novels of Elena Ferrante, new music from Jon DeRosa, a new book club debuts in Brooklyn, One Story makes a foray into comics, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Jon DeRosa and Karolina Waclawiak, Philip K. Dick on “Bladerunner,” Lambchop’s Kurt Wagner Interviewed, And More
Steven Brower tells you everything you need to know about the collages made by Jack Kirby. I’m pretty sure that Jon DeRosa and Karolina Waclawiak fall into “power couple” territory these days. At The Rumpus, the two talk about their creative process, their upcoming album and novel (respectively), and more. (Of note: we chatted with DeRosa last fall.) Mark O’Connell on David Rees at The Millions. If you’ve ever wondered what Philip K. Dick thought of Bladerunner, you now have your […]
Interview by Tobias Carroll Over the past decade and a half, Jon DeRosa has released smart, affecting music across a number of genres, from the expansive drone of Aarktica to the pastoral, country-influenced Pale Horse & Rider. His new EP, Anchored (you can listen to the title track here), is his first work under his own name. It’s also is a fine collection of lush pop songs that suggests a newfound focus in his work. We talked books, bartending, and cover songs via […]