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The Paris Review might have published the best essay on early 1970s English folk of the year with Brian Cullman’s “Things Behind the Sun.” (Okay, who are we kidding: it is the best.)

“Jacques Chambrun was a New York-based literary agent in the nineteen-forties and fifties with a penchant for pinstripe suits and stealing his clients’ money.” - Jessica Weisberg at Page Turner on Mavis Gallant’s double-dealing agent.

Jacob Silverman on Gabriel García Márquez and the slow fade of memory at Jewcy.

Joe Meno’s Office Girl is reviewed at The Observer.

Bumming around Maine.

There’s a new Cult of Youth song.

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  • Brian Cullman

    Hey, thanks for your kind words on my Nick Drake piece. Much appreciated.
     – Brian Cullman

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