Isaac Fitzgerald discussed his forthcoming memoir with Entertainment Weekly.
The Current interviewed Ani DiFranco.
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The Art of Racing in the Rain by Garth Stein
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Code Switch interviewed author Julia Alvarez.
Myriam J.A. Chancy recommended books about Haiti at NPR Books.
The A.V. Club previewed September’s most anticipated albums.
Ballet dancer and choreographer James Whiteside discussed his new memoir with Bustle.
Paste profiled the Joy Formidable.
Electric Literature interviewed Anuk Arudpragasam.
Noisey shared an introduction to Korea’s indie music scene.
The Creative Independent interviewed author Elle Nash.
Joy Oladokun covered the Who’s “Who Are You.”
Electric Literature interviewed author Jaime Cortez.
SPIN profiled the band Shannon and the Clams.
Kirkus previewed fall’s most anticipated nonfiction books.
The Portland Press Herald profiled Wilco’s John Stirratt.
Book Riot recommended books by women from Afghanistan.
SPIN profiled the band Deafheaven.
American Songwriter profiled Lucy Dacus.
The Rumpus previewed the week’s notable online literary events.
Stereogum reconsidered the Faint’s Danse Macabre album on its 20th anniversary.
Aquarium Drunkard shared a 2011 interview with Tom T. Hall.