Afternoon Bites: Printers’ Ball, Catch-22, Sebadoh, and more By Tobias Carroll On August 3, 2011 · 1 Comment · In Bites Slate has a pair of essays up on Joseph Heller and Catch-22 — one from Walter Kirn, and one from Ron Rosenbaum. The Economist visited Chicago’s Printers’ Ball, and chatted with featherproof’s Zach Dodson. Emily Schultz reveals what writing a novel does to one’s laptop. At Dusted, Talya Cooper reviews the reissue of Sebadoh’s Bakesale. Warren Ellis provides an update on his current work. The last few lines are, we would say, incredibly inspirational.