This year has brought with it news that Lynne Tillman has recorded an album. Between this and yesterday’s news of a Barry Hannah LP, it’s apparently the season for listening to the works of iconic writers on your turntable. Tillman’s LP, What Gets Kept, is out now on Penny-Ante Editions, and there’s a release party for it tonight at Printed Matter. You can hear “Home Sick” below.
Afternoon Bites: Lynne Tillman on Irony, Rosie Schaap, Aislers Set Reissues, Revisiting “In Cold Blood,” and More
Lynne Tillman talks irony, Rosie Schaap on bars, a look at the impact of The Aislers Set, delving deeply into the lyrics of Speedy Ortiz, and more.
Reading the right book–or essay, or story, or interview–can help point you in the direction of other notable work, either through deft writing about the work of another writer or through an acknowledged influence or homage. It might go without saying that, after reading What Would Lynne Tillman Do?, Lynne Tillman’s new collection of nonfiction, my to-read list increased exponentially. As did, come to think of it, my to-reread list.
Afternoon Bites: Karen Joy Fowler, Richard Hell Reading, Juliet Escoria’s Mix, Max Brooks Interviewed, and More
This afternoon: thoughts on Lynne Tillman’s new collection, a mix from Juliet Escoria, Karen Joy Fowler wins the PEN/Faulkner Award for Fiction, Richard Hell reads from his memoir, and more.
Morning Bites: Lynne Tillman, Muriel Spark Novels, National Magazine Awards, Ruth Curry on “The Everything Store,” and More
This morning: delve into the works of Lynne Tillman, Etgar Keret on the bad fates of good characters, an excerpt from Douglas Watson’s new novel, Ruth Curry talks Amazon.com, and more.
Morning Bites: Lynne Tillman on Paul and Jane Bowles, Roxane Gay, Soviet-Era Science Fiction, Nelly Reifler Interviewed, and More
Lynne Tillman on Jane and Paul Bowles; a look at Soviet-era science fiction, Sarah McCarry interviewed Roxane Gay, D. Foy does a tour fundraiser, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Lynne Tillman and Jane Bowles, New Jacuzzi Boys, Armory Show Comics, Surrealist Heads, and More
Photos from a Surrealist Ball, Lynne Tillman recommends Jane Bowles, new music from Jacuzzi Boys and Ty Segall, and much more.
Title: frieze contemporary art & culture No. 156 June, July, August 2013 Theme: The Fiction Issue Featured Names on the Cover: Gregory Sholette & Christopher Darling; Ben Lerner, Katie Kitamura, Omer Fast, Lynne Tillman What: This is an art magazine. This is the first time I’ve ever seen this magazine. I picked up because of the graphic novel cover and the words “The Fiction Issue.”