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October 22, 2019
Shorties (Carmen Maria Machado’s Introduction to The Finest American Science Fiction and Fantasy 2019, A New Janis Joplin Biography, and far more)
Tor.com shared Carmen Maria Machado’s introduction to The Finest American Science Fiction and Fantasy 2019.
Holly George-Warren discussed her Janis Joplin biography Janis with Fresh Air.
October’s ideal eBook bargains.
eBook on sale for $1.99 currently:
Zodiac by Neal Stephenson
Kim Gordon discussed her new solo album with The Existing.
The Oxford American shared a new comic from Van Jensen & Nate Powell.
Stream a new song by the Orielles.
The Hollywood Reporter interviewed Eleanor Davis about her new graphic novel.
Jason Isbell covered Dire Straits’ “Helplessly Hoping.”
Bookforum interviewed poet Natalie Diaz.
The Hold Steady visited KEXP for an interview and reside overall performance.
A quick story Advent calendar.
Stream Bob Dylan and Johnny Cash’s demo for “Wanted Man.”
Brock Clarke reviewed Jami Attenberg’s new novel All This Could Be Yours at the New York Instances.
That is the novel’s by means of line — Victor lies in a hospital bed in New Orleans when everybody else waits for him to die — and in lesser hands this may be static. But Attenberg gets so deep into the psyches of her characters that the story ends up seeming electric with ruin, and with attainable resurrection.
Stream a new song by Sorry.
Deutsche Welle examined the #bookstagram phenomenon.
Liz Phair discussed her memoir Horror Stories with Vogue.
Tessa Hadley talked to the New Yorker about her story in this week’s concern.
Vol. 1 Brooklyn interviewed author Paul Crenshaw.
The Millions reconsidered metafiction.
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Atomic Books Comics Preview (the week’s ideal new comics and graphic novels)
Book Notes (authors build playlists for their book)
Librairie Drawn & Quarterly Books of the Week (advised new books, magazines, and comics)
Note Books (musicians talk about literature)
Brief Cuts (writers pair a song with their quick story or essay)
weekly music release lists