Shorties (Kaitlyn Greenidge Interviewed, New Music from Courtney Barnett, and more)

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Code Switch interviewed author Kaitlyn Greenidge.

Stream a new Courtney Barnett song.

July’s best eBook deals.

Today’s best eBook deals.

eBook on sale for $1.99 today:

The Ministry of Fear by Graham Greene

eBook on sale for $2.99 today:

Tobacco Road by Erskine Caldwell

Namwali Serpell shared the influence of the album The Miseducation Of Lauryn Hill had on her life at NPR Music.

Public Books shared a conversation between historians Monica Muñoz Martinez & Karl Jacoby.

Vulture and The A.V. Club listed the best books of the year so far.

KCRW listed the best albums of 2021 so far.

The Guardian listed the best platonic relationships in fiction.

Lucy Dacus covered Snow Patrol’s “Chasing Cars.”

Electric Literature recommended books that break the rules of point of view.

Thurston Moore’s memoir will be published in 2023.

Electric Literature shared a story from Chris Stuck’s collection Give My Love to the Savages.

Stream a new song by Kississippi.

Kirkus interviewed cartoonist Courtney Cook.

Jason Isbell and Bleachers covered each other on a new single.

Debutiful interviewed author Brian Broome.

Stream a new Laura Stevenson song.

Danny Trejo discussed his memoir Trejo with Shondaland.

Stream a new Gold Star song.

The Cut examined literary newsletters as a new genre.

Stream a new song by Ducks Ltd.

Vol. 1 Brooklyn interviewed author Blake Middleton.

Stream a new song by Wednesday.

Granta shared new nonfiction by Max Porter.

Literary Hub shared an excerpt from the new edition of Jessica Hopper’s book The First Collection of Criticism by a Living Female Rock Critic.

The OTHRPPL podcast interviewed author Greg Gerke.

Pop Culture Happy Hour shared a playlist of this year’s songs of summer.

Full Stop interviewed author William di Canzio.

The Kokomo Tribune profiled Japanese Breakfast’s Michelle Zauner.

Thresholds interviewed cartoonist Kristen Radtke.

Vol. 1 Brooklyn shared a new essay by Beth O’Halloran.

Electric Literature interviewed author Brandon Taylor.

The Creative Independent interviewed author Lucy Ives.

The New York Times delved into the growing children’s book genre about the Holocaust.

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