The Observer interviewed author Jeanette Winterson.
Japanese Breakfast covered Dolly Parton’s “Here You Come Again.”
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NPR Music reconsidered the official 1984 Olympic soundtrack.
Bustle interviewed author Katie Kitamura.
Kurt Vile covered Velvet Underground & Nico’s “Run Run Run.”
Kelsey McKinney recommended novels about losing faith in religion at Electric Literature.
The Secret Sisters covered Fiona Apple and the Strokes on their new EP.
The New York Times recommended the week’s best books.
Electric Literature recommended short story collections that practice magical feminism.
The Debutiful podcast interviewed author Rachel Yoder.
The Creative Independent interviewed composer and producer Fatima Al Qadiri.
Electric Literature shared new writing by Weike Wang.
Paste listed the best 2021’s best EPs so far.
The Creative Independent interviewed author Jackie Ess.
My Modern Met recommended books on the history of photography.
K-pop artists recommended books at Bandwagon.
Activists recommended books on gender equality at Global Citizen.
Boston Herald profiled Patterson Hood of the Drive-By Truckers.
Cosmopolitan recommended fall reading.
Bleachers’ Jack Antonoff shared his favorite cultural things with the New York Times.
Bookworm interviewed author Yaa Gyasi.
John Vanderslice broke down his David Berman-inspired EP track-by-track at American Songwriter.
Book Riot recommended queer contemporary fiction by Asian writers.
Stream the Fruit Bats’ full-album cover of Smashing Pumpkins’ Siamese Dream.
Vol. 1 Brooklyn shared a new story by Mary B. Sellers.
Weekend Edition delved into the history of Changui music in Cuba.
The Guardian interviewed author Leila Slimani.
Stream new music by Caterina Barbieri And Lyra Pramuk.
Bandcamp Daily explored Uruguay’s avant-folk scene.
The OTHERPPL podcast interviewed poet Reginald Dwayne Betts.
Grant Faulkner recommended books about sin at The Rumpus.
Literary Hub interviewed author Nick McDonnell.
CLMP shared a reading list for Disability Pride Month.