In our afternoon reading: new writing from Erika T. Wurth and Julia Dixon Evans, Rhys Chatham interviewed about Tony Conrad, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Paradise of Bachelors, Jim Ruland on Summer Books, Modern Baseball, and More
In our afternoon reading: talking with the guys behind the label Paradise of Bachelors, summer book recommendations from Jim Ruland, Maria Sherman on Modern Baseball, and more.
Bites: Mel Bosworth’s Book, Sloane Crosley’s Grandmother, Rhys Chatham’s Car Commercial and More
Mel Bosworth’s book, Freight, is set to come out sometime this year on Folded Word Press. We published an excerpt from the book for our first Sunday Story of 2011. Sloane Crosley talks about her “hardcore” Jewish grandmother. Warren Ellis has a few thoughts on Casino Royale. Let’s talk about the “Great American Novel,” shall we? Never thought that Rhys Chatham’s music would be used to sell cars, but apparently anything is possible. (Via Chris Weingarten’s Twitter)