In our morning reading: interviews with Dan Chaon and Nell Zink, thoughts on Kim Fu’s new book, and more.
Geoff Dyer, The Milan Review, CoverSpy, Leigh Stein, and more feature in this afternoon roundup of literary links.
“By their estimation, a handful of blog reviews and the privilege to work with someone who sent Lenny Kravitz posters to record stores in 1995 has already cost the band upwards of $109,000. I want to write that number again because it’s so absurd, and then pick up a sandwich board and write it again — next to the words YOU’RE DOING IT WRONG — so that I can boycott Two Lights shows around the country with a small, but angry cult […]
At Jacket Copy: WOAH! Sparks (pictured above in the 70s) did the new theme song for Bookworm! At 3:AM Magazine: Philip Roth/Paul Auster death battle. At Jewcy: An interview with Adam Langer. At The Awl: Dudes from a NYC bookstore debate over Freedom. At Big Other: “I feel more regurgitation than genuine writing.” – On Richard Yates, by Tao Lin At the Telegraph: Will Self hanging out at the gym. At Brooklyn Vegan: Built to Spill on a boat. At […]