In our morning reading: Nadia Owusu and Caleb Azumah Nelson in conversation, thoughts on Chris Kelso’s new book, and more.
Morning Bites: Leigh Stein Nonfiction, Nicole Dennis-Benn’s Latest, Robin Sloan Interviews Warren Ellis, and More
In our morning reading: new writing from Leigh Stein and Robert Lopez, interviews with Warren Ellis and Brian Evenson, and more.
Morning Bites: Teju Cole on Kieślowski, Cheryl Strayed, Chris Kraus Interviewed, William S. Burroughs’s Legacy, and More
In our morning reading: Teju Cole on the film Three Colors: Red, an interview with Chris Kraus, the best of Cheryl Strayed’s “Dear Sugar” columns, and more.
I wandered into KUNSTHALLE wien’s exhibit “Cut-ups, Cut-ins, Cut-outs: The Art of William S. Burroughs” unsure of what I’d see. In fact, the first thing that struck me was something I heard: Burroughs’s dry, damaged, sonorous voice ringing through different rooms, reading from selections of his work. If you stood in the right place, you could hear Burroughses of different eras overlapping their narratives: a kind of auditory collage. Clever, I thought.