Village Voice art critics pick their favorite shows of the year
The novelist gathers up a wide collection of her essays.
After the New Yorker, a real press photo, maybe. The poet Michael Robbins lives in Chicago, quotes both Lil Wayne and Paul Muldoon fluently, and studs his criticism with punchlines like "This sort of thing is why punk rock had to be invented." His January 12 debut in the New Yorker, "Alien Vs. Pre ... More >>
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Call him the UK Ozzie
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Magic cities and other planes of there, all disguised as jazz
We were shelling out $400 every couple of months to pay for the lawyer
Subterranean Homesick Poet