- Los Angeles TimesApr 16 14:13 PM
Atticus Lish’s debut novel “Preparation for the Next Life,” was something of an underdog: It was published by small independent Tyrant Books , set in the unloveliest corners of New York and focuses on two marginal characters rarely seen in American fiction. But Zou Lei, the tough Chinese immigrant,...
- Radio PragueApr 24 17:24 PM
Fifty years ago, on 1 May 1965, annual student festivities in Prague to mark the joys of spring culminated in the American Beat poet Allen Ginsberg being declared “Král majálesu” – the King of May. A week later, Ginsberg’s visit to Czechoslovakia was cut short when the authorities labelled him an “immoral menace” and put him on a plane to London. But the Czech affection for the writings of the ...
- The Hollywood Reporter via Yahoo! NewsApr 01 0:48 AM
A National Book Award nom is Telluride's latest literary big hitter named as guest director.
- The Times of IndiaMar 29 9:22 AM
A new opera, Between Worlds, will envisage that terrible situation: written by composer Tansy Davies and myself, and directed by Deborah Warner, it opens at the Barbican Theatre next month.
- Salon.comMar 28 12:43 PM
He talks to Salon about his new book "Lucky Alan," comics, fans and adoring his characters—even the difficult ones
- Clash MusicApr 10 4:57 AM
Literary influences explored... Stornoway have always been slightly mis-cast. Caught up in the 'nu-folk' media furore, the band's songwriting – deftly assured, neatly poetic – always stood apart from this trend. Now operating alongside Cooking Vinyl, sessions for the group's new album 'Bonxie' betray a growing maturity. Out on Monday (April 13th) 'Bonxie' has a rare depth to its execution ...
- Pittsburgh City PaperMar 26 9:00 AM
Beth Corning finds something both very adaptable and very compelling about her concept for At Once There Was a House . The veteran performer and choreographer has revived and revamped the show multiple times since its first showing, in 2005.… [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]
- related to Don DeLillo