Shorties (Remembering Anthony Veasna So, New Guided By Voices Music, and more)

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Alex Torres remembered his boyfriend, author Anthony Veasna So, at BuzzFeed.

Vulture also remembered So.

Soft Punk Mag shared a previously unreleased interview with So.

August’s best eBook deals.

Today’s best eBook deals.

The Athletic examined the history of the soccer (football) chant.

World Cafe shared the first 100 videos played on MTV.

Morning Edition interviewed author Adrian Matejka.

Paste recommended the week’s best new albums.

Code Switch interviewed author Ashley C. Ford.

Paste profiled Joan Armatrading.

BuzzFeed recommended August’s best paperbacks.

Bitch Media recommended July’s best feminist album.

Paste interviewed Son Volt’s Jay Farrar.

Bitch Media recommended books feminists should read in August.

Pitchfork interviewed Mega Bog’s Erin Birgy.

Electric Literature shared new fiction by Nardine Taleb.

Vulture shared an oral history of Prince’s Welcome 2 America album.

The Creative Independent interviewed author Daniel Lukas.

Bite Me Bambi covered the Go-Go’s “Our Lips Are Sealed.”

Electric Literature
interviewed author Gina Frangello.

Noisey shared an oral history of the Strokes Is This It album.

Tor Nightfire recommended August’s best new horror books.

The Creative Independent interviewed musician Bongeziwe Mabandla.

Andrea Bartz recommended thrillers about vacations gone wrong at Electric Literature.

Bookworm wrapped up its interview with Yaa Gyasi.

The Creative Independent interviewed Sedona Schat and Noah Yoo of the indie pop duo Cafuné.

Kirkus profiled author Silvia Moreno-Garcia.

PopMatters interviewed Carly Kraft of the band Coral Moons.

Debutiful recommended August’s best debut books.

Stream a new Guided By Voices song.

The Paris Review shared an excerpt from Rodrigo García’s new memoir, A Farewell to Gabo and Mercedes.

Local H covered Looking Glass’s “Brandy (You’re A Fine Girl).”

The Blow covered 10cc’s “I’m Not in Love.”

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