At The Talkhouse, Zachary Lipez discussed the new album by Iceage.

Jeff VanderMeer wrote about the enduring appeal of weird fiction.

There’s a new issue of Midnight Breakfast up, and it has new fiction from Kelly Luce.

William Gibson recommended books at Esquire.

At Electric Literature, a look at lesser-known literary monsters.

Scenes from Marie-Hélène de Rothschild’s 1972 Surrealist Ball.

Breaking down the Maine accents in the miniseries adaptation of Olive Kitteridge.

Deadline has a look at the musical adaptation of Jonathan Lethem’s The Fortress of Solitude.

Brooklyn Magazine has a look at the new literary space Wendy’s Subway.

At Dusted: Jennifer Kelly on Weyes Blood’s album The Innocents.

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