Nov 15, 2011 @ 4:00:00 am
Editor and critic Parul Seghal has left Publishers Weekly to become an associate editor for NPR.
"If you’re going to hit somebody, hit a professor”—poet Geoffery G. O'Brien defends Occupy Cal during a confrontation between police and UC Berkeley students. As O'Brien reports: "The cop said, ‘you want some?’ It was a rhetorical question, and I was hit viciously in the ribs and went to the ground.”
Tonight at The Tank in Manhattan, author Jeff Sharlet will be joined by performance artist Reverend Billy (Bill Talen) to discuss Occupy Wall Street, Talen’s new book The Reverend Billy Project, and Sharlet’s latest book, Sweet Heaven When I Die.
In an interview with the Browser, New Yorker music critic Alex Ross calls music writing a “very inexact and idiosyncratic science.” He is working on his third book, Wagnerism,
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