September 24, 2020
Shorties (Barbara Kingsolver on Her New Poetry Collection, A Reconsideration of the Replacements' All Shook Down Album, and more)
"Writing novels has always been my day job, but poetry is the thing that I always did just because I loved it. So it feels more personal to me when I write a poem," she says. "I'm really not thinking about anyone reading it. I just kind of put it in a drawer."
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Aimee Mann covered Leonard Cohen's "Avalanche."
Bustle recommended the week's best books.
Paste listed great dream pop albums of 2020 (so far).
The 2020 Cundhill History Prize shortlist has been announced.
Pitchfork interviewed Prince's personal photographer.
Book Marks recommended new and forthcoming books in translation.
PopMatters reconsidered David Bowie's Outside album after 25 years.
Vanessa Briscoe Hay looked back on 40 years of Pylon at SPIN.
Stream a previously unreleased Pylon song.
The Rumpus Book Club interviewed author Alison Stine.
Stream a new Sad13 song.
Namwali Serpell has been awarded the Arthur C Clarke award for her debut novel The Old Drift.
The Artery recommended fall's best books.
InsideHook listed the best nature books of the 2000s.
Stream a new song by Loma.
Debutiful interviewed author Asha Lemmie.
The New York Times previewed October's best books.