In our weekend reading: reviews of novels by Claire G. Coleman and Edward Carey, thoughts on the Mekons’ new album, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Mira Jacob Nonfiction, April Ayers Lawson Interviewed, Jac Jemc Fiction, Gary Lutz, and More
In our afternoon reading: new writing from Mira Jacob and Jac Jemc, a look at Kurt Vonnegut’s legacy, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Vonnegut on TV, Neil Gaiman Interviewed, Luc Sante, Rios de la Luz Fiction, and More
In our afternoon reading: news of a Vonnegut television adaptation, an interview with Neil Gaiman, fiction from Rios de la Luz, and more.
In our afternoon reading: thoughts on Jane Austen, Teju Cole on torture, Scott Cheshire on the devil, an interview with James Ellroy, new writing from Jazmine Hughes, and more.
Morning Bites: Vonnegut on “Jailbird,” Roxane Gay Interviewed, Thee Oh Sees, Body/Head at MoMA, and More
This morning: a vintage Kurt Vonnegut interview, an interview with Roxane Gay, Body/Head plays MoMA, Swans’ Thor Harris talks with Noisey, and more.
Have you checked out Feedback Press? Obviously we’re excited because our own Tobias Carroll is involved (figured that needed to be mentioned), but chapbooks by Maura Johnston, Mike McGonigal, and other great people is something we’d mention anyway. An unreleased Kurt Vonnegut novella from the late 1940s will be released today. Amelia Gray on the water in Los Angeles at GOOD. Hunger Games fever is upon us. We should probably mention the Wes Anderson commercial. Ancient Egypt making a comeback […]
Today: writers tell the Daily Beast their favorite summer reads, Kurt Vonnegut is banned in a Missouri school, Andrew Bird covers “It’s Not Easy Being Green,” and a bunch more.
Bites: Karen Russell all Over the Place, Remembering Reagan, Spinoza, Rick Moody on Rock Books and More
Karen Russell talks to the Bat Segundo Show about her latest book, Swamplandia! The book was also the cover story for the Sunday Book Review. To celebrate 100 years of Reagan, Mother Jones digs up a 1984 issue that included Kurt Vonnegut, Studs Terkel, Al Franken and a bunch of fantastic artwork that tries to imagine what four more years of The Gipper would hold. “I am putting my money on Spinoza and not on Descartes.” – Commentator for this […]