I wrote about Lorrie Moore. (via Searching for the Magic in Lorrie Moore’s ‘Bark’ – Flavorwire)
I wrote about skinheads for the first issue of “Midnight Breakfast.” (via Northern Souls by Jason Diamond)
Comparing Norwegian literature to Beyoncé. (via Karl Ove Knausgård’s ‘My Struggle’ Is the Rare 21st-Century Work of Art We’re Forced to Savor – Flavorwire)
The motorbike girl gangs of Morocco (via The Guardian)
Pete Seeger played for the Co-op once. No shock there.
It’s probably no surprise that the iconic and recently deceased folk singer Pete Seeger performed at a benefit concert sponsored by the Park Slope Food Co-op in September of 1981, but I was surprised to find this nifty newsletter advertising for it in our Linewaiters’ Gazette collection!
I wrote about how Wes Anderson’s “Grand Budapest Hotel” might help gain new readers for one of my favorite authors. (via Wes Anderson’s ‘Grand Budapest Hotel’ Promises to Make Americans Rediscover the Books of Stefan Zweig – Flavorwire)