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March 22, 2021

Shorties (A Three-Part Nick Cave Biography, Two Interviews with Jo Ann Beard, and more)

Boy on Fire: the Young Nick Cave by Mark Mordue

The Los Angeles Times and BOMB interviewed author Jo Ann Beard.

Mark Mordue discussed Boy on Fire: The Young Nick Cave, the first book in his three-part biography of the musician, with Beat.

March's best eBook deals.

Today's best eBook deals.

All Songs Considered, Pitchfork, BrooklynVegan, Gorilla Vs Bear, and Paste recommended the week's best new albums.

Alice James Books is holding a fundraising auction.

Frances Forever visited The Current for a live session and interview.

Poet Roya Hakakian talked to Weekend Edition about her book A Beginner's Guide To America.

When you look at why it is that America has been, compared to other Western nations, a much better destination for immigrants, I can't help but think that it is in great part the contribution of the African-American struggles for equal rights that we as outsiders have benefited from what they have done in order to create a more just and equal society.

Hanif Abdurraqib discussed his podcast with Vanity Fair.

Abdurraqib was also interviewed by the Guardian.

The Wall Street Journal recommended books on justice.

Bandcamp Daily delved into modern Italian prog music.

Bloomberg recommended spring's best new books.

Stream new music from Peaches.

Bustle recommended books about anti-Asian racism.

Warpaint covered Gang of Four’s "Paralysed."

Electric Literature recommended books about long-distance relationships.

SPIN profiled singer-songwriter Alice Phoebe Lou.

Bookworm interviewed author Carol Edgarian.

Lou Barlow covered Fontaines D.C.'s "Hero's Death."

Electric Literature interviewed author Tracy Clark-Flory.

Stream a new song by Bloodslide.

Vulture examined why Strand workers are unhappy with the bookstore's owner.

BrooklynVegan listed Creation Records' best releases.

The Rumpus recommended the week's best virtual literary events.

An official biography of the Lunachicks, Fallopian Rhapsody, will be published on June 1st.

The New York Times profiled author Kaitlyn Greenidge.

Stream a new song by Aesop Rock.

The Independent recommended novels by Indian authors.

Stream a new song by Foxing.

The Guardian shared an essay by Yaa Gyaasi.

Vol. 1 Brooklyn interviewed musician and author Will Johnson.

Sierra recommended contemporary female nature writers.

Literary Hub pointed out a playlist of every song mentioned by Haruki Murakami in his writing.

Joyland shared new fiction by Brandon Taylor.

All Songs Considered listed its favorite concert films.

The Maris Review interviewed author Elon Green.

Stream a new song by Esther Rose.

Bull interviewed author Melissa Faliveno.

Slowdive discussed their favorite Creation Records releases at BrooklynVegan.

PEN America interviewed author Forsyth Harmon.

Stream a new song by Lost Girls (Jenny Hval and Håvard Volden).

Vanity Fair shared a new essay by R. O. Kwan.

Aquarium Drunkard shared a collection of song demos.

Jessie van Eerden recommended books about faith and doubt at Electric Literature.

The Los Angeles Review of Books interviewed author James Brown.

Electric Literature featured new short fiction by Hannah Gersen.

Literary Hub shared Marina Abramović's contribution to Conversations on Violence: An Anthology.

The Rumpus interviewed Melissa Febos.

Adam Levin talked books and reading with Book Marks.

Literary Hub shared an excerpt from Marguerite Duras's novel, The Impudent Ones.

Brittle Paper shared an excerpt from Kamel Daud's novel Zabor, or The Psalms.

Granta shared a conversation between authors Katherine Angel and Sam Byers.

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