Shorties (Diane Williams Interviewed, Pitchfork on the Microgenres that Defined the Past 25 Years of Music, and more)

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The New Yorker interviewed Diane Williams.

BOMB shared two stories by Williams.

Pitchfork listed microgenres that defined the past 25 years in music.

October’s best eBook deals.

Today’s best eBook deals.

Bustle shared a Black British history resource list.

Cat Power shared covers of the Pogues’ “A Pair of Brown Eyes” and Frank Ocean’s “Bad Religion.”

Bookworm interviewed author Rabih Alameddine.

The Creative Independent interviewed composer Robert Aiki Aubrey Lowe.

Amy Lee Lillard recommended books about older women behaving badly at Electric Literature.

Morning Edition interviewed singer-songwriter Brandi Carlile.

Publishers Weekly reviewed John Darnielle’s forthcoming novel Devil House.

“This masterwork of suspense is as careful with its sharp takes as it is with the bread crumbs it slowly drops on the way to its stunning end. It operates perfectly on many levels, resulting in a must-read for true crime addicts and experimental fiction fans alike.”

BrooklynVegan, Bandcamp Daily, Paste recommended the week’s best new albums.

Electric Literature interviewed cartoonist Kristen Radtke.

Jason Isbell covered John Prine’s “Souvenirs.

BOMB interviewed author Amitava Kumar.

Stream a new holiday song by Amanda Shires.

Electric Literature recommended goblincore books.

Ducks Ltd discussed the inspirations behind their new album at BrooklynVegan.

The OTHERPPL podcast interviewed poet Julie Poole.

Hatchie covered Jennifer Paige’s “Crush.”

Electric Literature shared a story from Blake Sanz’s collection The Boundaries of Their Dwelling.

Stream a new song by the National.

The Rumpus recommended the week’s best virtual literary events.

Stereogum reconsidered Death Cab for Cutie’s The Photo Album on its 20th anniversary.

The Nervous Breakdown interviewed author Garielle Lutz.

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