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Stream a previously unreleased Justin Vernon song.
“This memoir felt like open sea swimming,” she says. “Writing a memoir is such a crash course in vulnerability.” But this isn’t just a divorce or marriage book, as Smith notes. This is the story of a woman who finally realized how many concessions and sacrifices she had made and stopped once and for all.
Paste listed the best alt-country albums of all time.
Bookforum is returning to print in August.
Laura Cantrell covered “When the Roses Bloom Again” with Steve Earle.
Greg Marshall discussed his memoir, Leg: The Story of a Limb and the Boy Who Grew from It, with Electric Literature.
My writing has always come from a place of humor and, you could say, quirky observation. But when I was willing to write about disability, to closely observe my brain and body, I started showing up on the page in new ways.
Slant listed the best albums of the year so far.
The New York Times listed the most influential post-war works of queer literature.
Stream a new Lewis OfMan song that features Empress Of.
Lorrie Moore recommended books at ELLE.
byline interviewed author Katherine Faw.
I was always obsessed with words. They were synesthetic to me, the best ones. In notebooks I would compulsively string together my favorite, most sensual words with no regard for story.
J. Robbins covered Naked Raygun’s “Got Hurt.”
BROODS’ Georgia Nott discussed her solo project Georgia Gets By with Paste.
CLMP shared a reading list featuring trans, nonbinary & gender-nonconforming writers
Stream a new song by Dream Stitch.
The Creative Independent interviewed musician Andy Shauf.
Peter Apps’ Show Me the Bodies: How We Let Grenfell Happen and Tom Crewe’s novel The New Life have been awarded the 2023 Orwell prizes for political writing.
Stream a new song by Palehound.
Bandcamp Daily delved into De La Soul’s discography.
If This Goes On (Don’t Panic)! interviewed author Maurice Broaddus.
Stream a new song by Italian composer Caterina Barbieri.
Jim Hanas has launched a serial fiction project.
The Baffler remembered Ryuichi Sakamoto.
Stream a new song by Hauschka.