Speaking with the Odds God
The third exhibit based on Richard Price's 2008 novel, Lush Life, is now open at Invisible-Exports gallery on the Lower East Side. It follows Chapter 1 and Chapter 2 of the nine-part project curated by Franklin Evans and Omar Lopez-Chahoud, in which each gallery interprets a chapter of the cr ... More >>
The Lower East Side, page by page
via Sue Scott GalleryObject, 2005 by Joanne GreenbaumLush Life, an exhibition that takes its name and inspiration from Richard Price's 2008 novel, opened yesterday at Sue Scott Gallery on Rivington Street. Staggered throughout the month, eight more exhibits curated by Franklin Evans and Omar ... More >>
PEN World Voices Festival opens with a battle of the sexes
Photos by Brennan Cavanaugh (We rather spontaneously interviewed longtime Stop Shopping advocate and current Green Party candidate for Mayor Reverend Billy Talen and despite interruptions -- at one point, in his zeal, he wandered out of cell phone transmission range -- got some of his ideas for " ... More >>
Even bars get sequels now
Creepy Earth Mothers! Portuguese drag queens! Voice writers pick their favorites of the year.
He's the one who sucksin a good way! A depressed cat gets his own book.
Brooklyn Book Festival Sunday, September 14 Borough Hall It was a late Saturday Los Angeles Times article that broke the news of David Foster Wallace's death for most of us, and it was their book editor David Ulin's quote, describing the scene at Saturday's National Book Critics Circle Board meetin ... More >>
The Wire takes another bow
Author Linda Yablonsky Hijacks a Series She Can Call Her Own
The Return of the Dictators
Actors Bite Hand That Feeds,
Insert Foot in Mouth