In our afternoon reading: notes on John Hughes and mixtapes, Eileen Myles on modern politics, checking in with Michael Gira, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Katie Coyle, Erase Errata Return, Jeanette Winterson on Poetry, Michael Gira Interviewed, and More
In our afternoon reading: interviews with Katie Coyle, Michael Gira, and Erase Errata; Rahawa Haile on the Whitney Houston tv movie; new writing on books from Jeanette Winterson and Lauren Groff; and more.
Morning Bites: Emily St. John Mandel on Pandemics, DC Punk History, Emma Straub on the US Open, Michael Gira, and More
In our morning reading: new essays from Emily St. John Mandel and Emma Straub, a walk through DC punk history, Laina Dawes on this year’s Afropunk Festival, Zachary Lipez on Michael Gira, and more.
Weekend Bites: Sheila Heti, Michael Kimball on “Galaga,” Will Chancellor Reviewed, Edan Lepucki, and More
New writing from Sheila Heti, excerpts from books from Michael Kimball and Jeffrey Renard Allen, interviews with James Yeh and Edan Lepucki, and much more for your weekend reading.
Morning Bites: Revisiting Swans’ “Cop,” Guernica on Class, Feral Cat Lit, M. Geddes Gengras, and More
Revisiting a thirty-year-old Swans album; talking with Vanessa Veselka; writers exploring the idea of class in America; an interview with M. Geddes Gengras, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Bohumil Hrabal, Sarah Records Exhibition, Swans, Roz Chast Interviewed, and More
Notes on a newly-translated Bohumil Hrabal novel, thoughts on the latest from Swans, Roz Chast is interviewed about her memoir, an exhibit focusing on the history of Sarah Records, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Kara Walker, Michael Gira Interviewed, Ian Svenonius Considered, Leslie Jamison, and More
Interviews with Leslie Jamison and Michael Gira, Kara Walker interviews her father, a look at the work of Ian Svenonius, and more.
Afternoon Bites: The Making of “Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah,” John Jeremiah Sullivan on Frederick Seidel, Nathan Deuel, Michael Gira Interviewed, and More
Tobi Vale on the making of Bikini Kill’s Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah, Nathan Rabin on a cinematic Dostoyevsky adaptation, John Jeremiah Sullivan on Frederick Seidel, interviews with Jen Doll, Michael Gira, and Warren Ellis, and more.