Literary events in and around L.A. this week!
Tags: amber tamblyn, Andrew Joron, Ann Friedman, Bernadette Murphy, Beth Ruscio, Catana Chetwynd, Darrel Larson, Evgenia Citkowitz, Flor Edwards, Garret Weyr, Glynnis MacNicol, henry rollins, Jade Chang, James Pogue, Ken Goldstein, L.A., Leslie Schwartz, Liz Climo, los angeles, Mitch Kamin, Neel Patel, Notable L.A., notable los angeles, Ottessa Moshfegh, Rachel Kushner, Raymond Villareal, Sarah Williamson, Saul Austerlitz, Seymour Stein, Will Alexander, Zoé Samudzi
Literary events and readings in and around L.A. this week!
Tags: Adam Schiff, Alexa Donne, Cheryl Du Bois, chris hughes, Christopher Moore, Chuck Palahniuk, Debra Ann Pawlak, Elizabeth Silver, Emily Liebowitz, Francesca Lia Block, Frans Evenhuis, Hallie Bateman, henry rollins, Iris Berry, Jacqueline Suskin, Jamel Brinkley, Jennifer Romolini, John Salley, justin torres, Kima Jones, Kristin Rowe-Finkbeiner, L.A., Lauren Marks, los angeles, Lucy Cooke, Lucy Jones, Major Jackson, MariNaomi, Melissa Broder, Michelle Tea, Mike Epps, Mish Way, Natalie Graham, Neil Strauss, Nikola Kravitt, Nina Shapiro, Notable L.A., notable los angeles, Paul Hoover, Puma Perl, Reza Aslan, Robert Landau, Roger Johns, Sally Kohn, Sara Benincasa, Shepard Fairey, Steve Goldman, Steve Israel, Suzy Hopkins, Van Gordon Sauter
Alan Vega of Suicide passed away this weekend, leaving us bereft of yet another irreplaceable figure in music. Henry Rollins announced the news on his website, sharing a statement from the Vega family mourning Vega’s loss: Alan’s life is a lesson of what it is to truly live for art. The work, the incredible amount of time required, the […]
The former Black Flag frontman has never been short on rants or the impulse to tear down whatever bullshit he can find. Henry Rollins’s latest target: Dr. Seuss’s Oh, the Places You’ll Go!. He picks apart the work for its dated failure to support gender equality, race, drug use… you name it. Check it out for yourself via Funny or […]
is a study in what happens when imagination is constrained to a single narrative arc ...more
Tags: A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man, A.S. Byatt, all things considered, Anna, Annie Get Your Gun, Anya Ulinich, Brave, Caitlin Moran, Catholic Guilt, Chicago, childhood, cinderella, Constance Chatterly, contractions, daughters, David Lodge, deadwood, Disney princess, domestic, elena ferrante, Elsa, feminism, freedom, frozen, Gina Di Salvo, henry rollins, How to be a woman, imagination, Jane Austen, Jenny Offill, Judith Butler, Let it Go, Lily Bart, marriage, motherhood, Mulan, On the Road, parenting, pocahontas, Prince Hans, Princess culture, romantic, Sarah Waters, singing, sleeping beauty, snow white, song, storytelling, Tangled, Tess Durbeyfield, the Bechdel test, The Rachel Papers, trapped
Director and punk rock enthusiast Scott Crawford talks with Allyson McCabe about his film
Salad Days, his punk fanzine Metrozine, Kickstarter, and DIY music culture. ...more
Tags: Adam and the Ants, Allyson McCabe, billy idol, Black Flag, Black Market Baby, crowd funding, crowdfunding, Dag Nasty, Flipside, Government Issue, Haircut 100, henry rollins, Ian MacKaye, Jim Saah, Kickstarter, Kingface, Maximum Rocknroll, Minor Threat, Out of Step, punk, Punk Rock, Scream, Soulside, Sound & Vision, Still Screaming, Teenager in a Box, Thrillseeker, Truly Needy, Void, Washington City Paper, Washington DC, zine
Caitlin Moran chats with the Rumpus Book Club about how Wolverhampton has changed over the years, the forthcoming film version of her new novel
How to Build a Girl, chapatis, and how Blur hogs the pool table. ...more