Just Mark E. Smith talking H.P. Lovecraft. No big deal at all.

When Henry Miller hated on Brooklyn before you moved here.

“This past year, I found myself in a bittersweet predicament: I was pregnant, but I was uninsured. It is a common paradox for working- and middle-class women: not poor enough to qualify for state-funded health insurance, not rich enough to purchase your own.” – Mira Ptacin on how having a baby has become a luxury at Guernica.

Paul Auster and J.M. Coetzee asking each other some questions.

James Salter talks with The Guardian.

How have you been celebrating Hummus Day?

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