Shorties (Rita Chang-Eppig on Her Debut Novel, New Music from Palehound, and more)

Daily book & music news & links

Rita Chang-Eppig discussed her debut novel Deep As the Sky, Red As the Sea with Debutiful and Shondaland.

Stream a new song by Palehound.

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Cities and the Wealth of Nations by Jane Jacobs

Dinner at the Homesick Restaurant by Anne Tyler

The Lonely Passion of Judith Hearne by Brian Moore

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The Chain of Chance by Stanislaw Lem

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Fugue State by Brian Evenson

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The Writing of Fiction by Edith Wharton

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The Masters of Atlantis by Charles Portis

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Paste recapped May’s best albums and songs.

Brandon Taylor discussed his new memoir with It’s Been a Minute.

Horse Jumper of Love covered Smashing Pumpkins’ “Luna.”

The Creative Independent interviewed author Kevin Wilson.

…rather than try to write every day for two hours, which would kill me, I don’t write at all for months and months and months. I probably only write two or three months out of the year. I just save it up.

Stream a new song by Be Your Own Pet.

Luis Alberto Urrea talked to Electric Literature about his novel Good Night, Irene.

Cover Me recapped May’s best cover songs.

Town & Country listed summer’s must-read books.

Stream a new Wye Oak song.

Hannah Stowe recommended books about connecting with nature at the Guardian.

Interview interviewed singer-songwriter Miya Folick.

Vol. 1 Brooklyn interviewed author David Peak.

Stream a new song by La Force.

Book Riot recommended speculative graphic novels for Pride Month.

Stream a new Pip Blom song.

BOMB interviewed poet Maya C. Popa.

Stream a new song by Cut Worms.

Vanity Fair profiled author Caroline Calloway.

Aquarium Drunkard interviewed author Joshua Abrams.

Literary Hub shared an excerpt from Theodore McCombs’s story collection Uranians.

Stream a new song by Margaret Glaspy.

The Quietus recapped May’s best albums and songs.

Allyson McCabe talked to Aquarium Drunkard about her book Why Sinéad O’Connor Matters.

Literary Hub recommended June’s best paperback releases.

Stream a new song by Joanna Sternberg.

Stereogum reconsidered Disclosure’s Settle album on its 10th anniversary.

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