Posts Tagged: Conan O’Brien

The Saturday Rumpus Essay: 69 Love Songs

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Everywhere people are shoving things into the ground—time capsules not to be opened until the year 2100, the more optimistic postmarked for 3000—letters to the future in the language of the now.

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This Week in Short Fiction

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Think of the most complicated and intriguing people you have ever met. Think of the way it feels to return to those people again and again, each time finding some new facet of truth, beauty, insight, originality. Michael Cunningham’s “White Angel” is a story like one of those people.  First published in the New Yorker […]

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Organist Rocks Out

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If you’re not already listening to the Believer’s new podcast, the Organist, don’t worry—there’s still time to catch up! The third episode, posted earlier this month, swings from hillbilly records to classic horror movies, hitting everything in between. It’s worth a listen for the weird-ass Jack White/Conan O’Brien interview alone.

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