Maria Popova picks art projects inspired by classic books at The Atlantic. A new book of David Foster Wallace books is on its way. Apartment Therapy looks at novel ways to store things at home. Seth Fried at Tin House on what he sees as America’s dislike of short stories. In the wake of Deborah Feldman’s bestseller, Unorthodox, Gavriella Lerner at The Sisterhood takes a look at ex-Hasidic Jews selling their memoirs. Largehearted Boy talks to Miles Klee about the […]
Morning Bites: Rachel Maddow’s Steinbeck Award, Dickens’ Google Doodle, Adam Wilson’s playlist, and more
In the news today: Rachel Maddow gets a Steinbeck, Dickens gets some birthday cake and a Google Doodle, Adam Wilson talks music, and much more.
Weekend Bites: Joshua Cohen On Adam Levin, NY Art Book Fest, Greenman & Strauss, Maddow On Olbermann And More
“Who better to review a 1,000-page Jewish book that comes out in the fall than the author of an 800-page Jewish book that came out in the spring?” – Joshua Cohen reviews Adam Levin’s The Instructions. At Brooklyn Vegan: The NY Art Book Fair is this weekend. At The Atlantic: Classical music is still not dying. The Speakeasy: A night of fast memoirs with Ben Greenman and Neil Strauss. Edward Champion reviews 127 Hours. At Jewcy: A rambling review of […]