Allyson McCabe talks with Arthur Fournier, an independent dealer of books, serials, manuscripts, and archives, about how he developed his niche, and how digital access has both enriched and complicated the work of archiving and collecting.
Tags: adolescence, Allyson McCabe, anxiety, archives, archiving, archivist, Arthur Fournier, Arthur Russell, butterflies, CBT, cognitive behavioral therapy, collecting, collector, dada, digital, digital reproduction, East Village Eye, ego trip magazine, F.A. Bernett Books, fanzine, Fournier Fine & Rare, Fugazi, Galaxie 500, harvard, JOY DIVISION, Julio Cortazar, La Danse Macabre, Lincoln Center, Marie Kondo, MC5, Metrograph, metropolitan museum of art, Minnesota, moths, Music, Nation of Ulysses, Natural History, nature, Neue Galerie, new order, New York Public Library, New York Rocker, ocd, patterns, Peter Bernett, Pierre Mac Orlan, publishing industry, Punk Magazine, Rare books, Reinhold Heller, Robert Doisneau, rural life, Sonos, Sound & Vision, Sound and Vision, Spacemen 3, stamps, Sun Ra, surrealism, Tango magazine, The Smiths, Tom Waits, University of Chicago, Vince Taylor, Walkman, zine
Poet and musician Chris Stroffolino talks about his new album
Griffith Park, recording with the Silver Jews, and life inside his piano van. ...more
Tags: Burt Bacharach, Chris Stroffolino, drums, Griffith Park, homeless, homelessness, Jeff Feuerzeig, Piano, poetry, Silver Jews, singer songwriters, songs, Stephen Malkmus, Steve Berman, swingsets, The Devil and Daniel Johnston, Walkman