In our afternoon reading: an interview with Viet Thanh Nguyen, reviews of new albums from Titus Andronicus and Shellac, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Rion Amilcar Scott, Claire-Louise Bennett’s Latest, Death by Audio Remembered, Leigh Stein on Memoir Endings, and More
In our afternoon reading: thoughts on books by Rion Amilcar Scott and Claire-Louise Bennett, nonfiction from Leigh Stein, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Christy Wampole, Man Booker Longlist, Titus Andronicus, “O Superman” Covered, and More
In our afternoon reading: interviewed with Christy Wampole and Jami Attenberg, checking in with Titus Andronicus and Trans-Pecos, the Man Booker Prize Longlist, and more.
Morning Bites: Clarice Lispector Fiction, New Titus Andronicus, Sarah Gerard on Jesse Ball’s Latest, David Cross Interviewed, and More
In our morning reading: fiction from Clarice Lispector, Sarah Gerard on Jesse Ball’s new novel, a look at the new album from Titus Andronicus, comics and diversity, and more.
Well, William Faulkner is suing Woody Allen. You know Jonathan Franzen has a play, right? Our own Jason Diamond reviewed it for Capital New York. Rick Moody reviewed Chris Ware’s Building Stories. Killer London fog. Matthew Perpetua makes the case for Titus Andronicus. Maria Sherman makes the case against Japandroids. Follow Vol. 1 Brooklyn on Twitter, Facebook, Google + and our Tumblr.
Afternoon Bites: Nathanael West’s Birthday, Rick Perlstein on Machine Politics, Titus Andronicus Live, and More
Nathanael West was born on this day in 1903. If you’d like to see Titus Andronicus play songs from their new album at your favorite north Brooklyn establishments, Pitchfork can help with that. Edmund White chatted with Giancarlo DiTrapano at Vice. Dean Robinson on America’s growing love of soccer. Bonus: cardboard Clint Dempsey. Rick Perlstein talks machine politics with the Chicago Reader. Jaded Punk provided some listening recommendations to Nerve. (In related news, that Mind Spiders song is really good.) Menachem […]
Morning Bites: “not beat poets,” last Sonic Youth show, Victorian hoarders, animating Bolaño, and more
Today you should do birthday shots for Voltaire, Goldie Hawn, Björk, and Ken Griffey Jr. Robert Hass, the 70-year-old former Poet Laureate of the United States, writes an op-ed about being beaten by police at Occupy Berkeley. At Granta: Animating Bolaño. The Los Angeles Review of Books talks to Helen DeWitt. The Victorians: Original hoarders? 3:AM Magazine talks to Alina Simone. Ted Leo and Titus Andronicus are playing an OWS benefit in Brooklyn tonight. Possibly the last Sonic Youth show ever? […]
“Jersey’s where America’s at!” – Some guy in Todd Solondz’s Storytelling. What’s the deal with New Jersey? On one hand it’s the great state that has given us talents from Philip Roth to Patti Smith, and on the other it’s the ongoing punchline for a thousand snobbish jokes told by New Yorkers who seem obvious as to the true greatness of the Garden State. It’s the state that hosted the first recorded baseball game, the home of Thomas Edison, the […]