This afternoon, we’re revisiting Fugazi’s 13 Songs, reading up on Lena Dunham’s appearance at BAM, checking out an excerpt from Sarah McCarry’s next novel, reading a review of Howard Jacobson’s new book, and more.
Morning Bites: Record Collector Lit, Chloe Caldwell’s Latest, Kerry Howley, Diane Cook Interviewed, and More
Thoughts on new books from Nell Zink, Chloe Caldwell, and Kerry Howley; Diane Cook was interviewed about her new collection; new books are due out from Boss Fight Books; and more.
Morning Bites: Diane Cook Fiction, Nobel Prize Announcement, Claudia Rankine Interviewed, Replacements Live Recordings, and More
Fiction from Diane Cook; interviews with James McBride, Claudia Rankine, and Caitlin Moran; Lena Dunham recommends books; and more.
Weekend Bites: Roxane Gay Interviews Lena Dunham, Craig Finn on Dive Bars, Godflesh Returns, Vikram Chandra, and More
Discussing the new album from Godflesh, an extensive conversation between Roxane Gay and Lena Dunham, an interview with Vikram Chandra, Blake Butler interviewed John Darnielle, when blurbs go bad, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Revisiting “Live at the Apollo,” Linda Thompson on Leonard Cohen, Discussing Lena Dunham, Luluc’s Latest, and More
Douglas Wolk revisits his book on James Brown, a roundtable discussion of Lena Dunham’s book, Linda Thompson on the latest from Leonard Cohen, Colin Dickey has a Star Trek theory, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Adam Wilson, Odets and Hollywood, Richard Hell, “Dylan’s Gospel” Reviewed, and More
This afternoon: talking Richard Hell, Clifford Odets in Hollywood, notes on Afrofuturism, Adam Wilson at the Center for Fiction, and more.
Revisiting Stefan Zweig, Helen Oyeyemi’s fantastic new novel, a new short story from Cameron Pierce, Frankie Cosmos talks Frank O’Hara, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Chris Abani Interviewed, Tavi Gevinson, MoMA Expands, Judy Blume & Lena Dunham’s Reading List, and More
Chris Abani talks art and politics, thoughts on MoMA’s latest expansion, the importance of novellas, an interview with Tavi Gevinson, what Robert Christgau’s been reading, and more.