Andrew Ross, author of Creditocracy, discusses debt slavery and debt striking on “Electric Politics.”
OUT Magazine covers Gay Propaganda: Russian Love Stories.
When you’re reveling in a creative work you didn’t purchase, do you stop to think about the artists who made it, and whether or not they’re getting paid?If your answer is
"He just turned eighty, but there he was last night at McNally Jackson Bookstore, holding forth at a reading for his new book Goings with more enthusiasm and earnest intent to entertain those of us who had come out to see him, than I’ve witnessed at readings by those younger and haler, which is to say readings by anyone else.”
Gordon Lish in a rare public appearance at McNally Jackson: death, Canada, shopping, voyeurism, pointlessness of readings and the evils of the words “venue” and “own”…scintillating, startling, inspiring. All to celebrate release of his new book.
Office still life: HITLER’S GIRLS with Bosc pears
Emily’s ramen was smiling. It was weird.
Booklist reviews "Goings," by Gordon Lish: “Those who relish a challenge can rely on Lish to offer literary surprises couched in experimental prose that demands concentration and patience…Libraries serving readers of modernist literature will want to add Lish’s first new fiction in 14 years.”