Discussing the life and work of Stefan Zweig at the NYPL, Kim Gordon and Raymond Pettibon’s upcoming bookstore event, adapting the life of Lester Bangs for the stage, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Rivka Galchen, George Saunders Interviewed, New Zealand Pop, Spike Lee on Billy Wilder, and More
Talking with George Saunders, a history of Dunedin pop, thoughts on a Raymond Pettibon art show, Spike Lee on a Billy Wilder classic, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Jonathan Lethem Interviewed, Warren Ellis on “Against the Day,” Kronos Quartet, Raymond Pettibon’s Surfer Art, and More
This afternoon: Warren Ellis makes the case for Against the Day, interviews with Jonathan Lethem and Wendy Lotterman, the art of Raymond Pettibon, and more.
Morning Bites: Steve Albini on Jason Molina, Akhil Sharma Interviewed, Kim Gordon and Raymond Pettibon, “Prayer Journal” Reviewed, and More
Raymond Pettibon was interviewed by Kim Gordon, Steve Albini shares his memories of working with Jason Molina, Masha Gessen on a post-Pussy Riot protest movement, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Thurston Moore at The Stone, Adam Wilson Fiction, Christmas Farce, Dave Van Ronk, and More
This afternoon: Tao Lin reviews Anne Marie Wirth Cauchon’s Nothing, looking at the life of Dave Van Ronk, new fiction from Adam Wilson, Thurston Moore does a residency at The Stone, and more.
We’ll be off tomorrow and Wednesday, returning with new posts on Thursday, 12/26.
Afternoon Bites: Pettibon’s Art, Birmingham’s Library, Calvino’s Postscript, Portland’s Zines, and More
New art from Raymond Pettibon, a preview of the Portland Zine Symposium, a look at Birmingham’s new library, a conversation with Jonathan Lethem, and more.