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May 11, 2022

Shorties (An Excerpt from Maggie Shipstead's New Story Collection, The White House Album Collection, and more)

You Have a Friend in 10A by Maggie Shipstead

Electric Literature shared an excerpt from Maggie Shipstead's new story collection.

The Washingtonian delved into the White House's album collection.

eBooks on sale for $1.99 today:

The Ice Storm by Rick Moody
Punch Me Up To The Gods by Brian Broome
Zodiac by Neal Stephenson

eBooks on sale for $2.99 today:

The Awkward Black Man by Walter Mosley
On Language by Noam Chomsky

May's best eBook deals.

Today's best eBook deals.

Deceptive Cadence profiled Raven Chacon, the first Native American to win the Pulitzer Prize for music.

Bustle and CLMP recommended books to read for AAPI Heritage Month.

Paste ranked Sharon Van Etten's albums.

Angela Garbes discussed her book Essential Labor: Mothering as Social Change with The Cut.

Esquire listed the best music books of the year so far.

Fernando A. Flores recommended story collections that feel psychedelic at Electric Literature.

The Lumineers covered the Cure's "Just Like Heaven."

Kirkus interviewed author Margo Jefferson.

The Creative Independent interviewed musician Charlotte Cornfield.

Kelly Barnhill recommended books about women's rage at Electric Literature.

Spoon visited KCRW for a live set and an interview.

The Millions interviewed poet Ada Limón.

Bandcamp Daily profiled Venezuelan experimental musician Angel Rada.

The Rumpus interviewed author Chloe Caldwell.

Stream a new Wilco song.

Vol. 1 Brooklyn recommended May's best books.

The New York Times profiled singer-songwriter Kevin Morby.

The Brooklyn Rail interviewed author Jordan A. Rothacker.

Stream a new song by Fime.

Vol. 1 Brooklyn interviewed author Maurice Broaddus .

Stream a new Julia Jacklin song.

Aquarium Drunkard interviewed Belle and Sebastian's Sarah Martin.

Stream a new song by TOPS.

Stream a new Stella Donnelly song.

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