In our morning reading: interviews with Teddy Wayne and Alan Moore, thoughts on Nick Cave’s new album, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Mary Roach, James Greer, Lauren Redniss, and more
Carolyn Kellogg on Lauren Redniss’s Radioactive. “What do C.C. Beck, Vaughn Bode, William S. Burroughs, Eisner, Fellini, Moebius, Kirby, Barry Smith, Tom Wolfe, and Frank Zappa have in common?” Brian Hibbs on The Someday Funnies. James Greer’s story “Chapman’s Green Hairstreak” is now up at Joyland. In the LA Review of Books, the headline says it all: “Johnathan Lethem on being reviewed by James Wood.” Mary Roach will be appearing on the next edition of Bookrageous. On January 20th, Jeff […]
Bites: Jurassic Park is “Plausible,” Mary Roach Interviewed, Beth Ditto’s Memoir and More
At The Atlantic: NASA says Jurassic Park is plausible. We’re all doomed. At Largehearted Boy: Michael Hearst interviews Mary Roach. At Paper Cuts: Misunderstanding Marshall McLuhan. A look at Coal to Diamonds, the forthcoming memoir by Beth Ditto of The Gossip.