Shorties (Jillian Tamaki’s Comic on the Life of Ruth Asawa, Kathleen Edwards’ Tiny Desk Concert, and more)

MoMA shared a Jillian Tamaki comic on the life of artist Ruth Asawa.

The first entry in this series was Jeffrey Lewis’s short film on Keith Haring.

Kathleen Edwards played a Tiny Desk Concert.

May’s best eBook deals.

Today’s best eBook deals.

eBook on sale for $1.99 today:

The Women’s History of the Modern World by Rosalind Miles

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A Collapse of Horses by Brian Evenson

eBook on sale for $3.99 today:

1491 by Charles C. Mann

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How to Do Nothing by Jenny Odell.

The Yale Review has launched an online magazine, TYR.

Stream a new Bleachers song.

Morning Edition talked to Brian Broome about his new memoir.

The Cut shared an excerpt from his book.

Cover Me shared a collection of covers of Bob Dylan’s “Like a Rolling Stone.”

Claire Fuller listed novels with uninhabitable houses at Electric Literature.

Full Stop interviewed Fuller.

Stream a new Japanese Breakfast song.

BuzzFeed recommended the week’s best new books.

Stream a new song by Duran Duran.

Electric Literature interviewed author Sarah Schulman.

Paste profiled singer-songwriter Sarah Jarosz.

The Guardian examined the current literary beef between Cynthia Ozick and Lionel Shriver.

The Violent Femmes discussed the band’s 40 year history with the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel.

Thresholds interviewed author C Pam Zhang.

Stream Dot Allison’s first song in twelve years.

Reading Women interviewed author T Kira Madden.

Stream a new song by Lucy Dacus.

OTHRPPL interviewed author Courtney Zoffness.

Stream a new song by Sam Evian.

The Guardian recommended books about depression.

No Joy’s Jasamine White-Gluz talked to BrooklynVegan about the inspirations behind the band’s new EP.

The New Yorker interviewed author Mary Beard.

Aquarium Drunkard interviewed composer Wadada Leo Smith.

Stream a new Lambchop song.

The Quietus interviewed Gary Numan and Ade Fenton.

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