In our morning reading: thoughts on Stephanie LaCava’s new novel, 75 Dollar Bill releases a live album, and more.
Morning Bites: Stuart Dybek, Moby-Dick Marathon NYC Returns, Jonathan Wilson on the World Cup, Shane Jones on “Crystal Eaters,” and More
Queen Margot on film, Shane Jones interviewed, the Moby-Dick Marathon NYC’s fundraiser, thoughts on Stuart Dybek and How to Dress Well, and more.
This week? Bruce Chatwin’s The Songlines, Stephanie LaCava’s An Extraordinary Theory of Objects, and Aaron Gilbreath’s A Secondary Landscape all take us to different places, even as they also explore inner geographies.
At The Daily Beast, Lauren Elkin looks at Stephanie LaCava’s An Extraordinary Theory of Objects. At the New Criterion: “The Armory Show at 100.” Here’s a trailer for DJ Dolack’s chapbook No Ser No. Melville House’s Claire Kelley pays tribute to Shakespeare & Company’s George Whitman. Nick Antosca has a new collection coming out on Word Riot next year, and you can pre-order it now. At Pitchfork, Mike Powell talks Parquet Courts. Follow Vol. 1 Brooklyn on Twitter, Facebook, Google + and our Tumblr.