Some songs that have to do with the Feral Detective, at least in my mind.
I want to read this.
This essay is my crazy wall.
It’s getting Wilde.
They’re showing it in Houston, the evening before I read at Inprint. I’ll be there.
I wrote about the rock band called The dB’s for the new North Carolina edition of the Oxford American Southern Music Issue.
At the AWP Conference in Portland March 27-30, 2019, I’ll be on a panel called “Teaching Unteachable Books”
Lethem avatar Harris Conklin recollects going to Shea Stadium with a young Donald Trump in this new book by David Shields.
I reworked Allen Ginsburg’s “Howl” using language from Charlie Brown and Snoopy and friends for the upcoming anthology The Peanuts Papers: Charlie Brown, Snoopy and the Gang, and the Meaning of Life.
In Jerry Schatzberg’s new book of Dylan photographs, the text consists of a series of written exchanges between me and Schatzberg.
I’m one of the counselors at Lit Camp, at Esalen this year.
I wrote a (short) introduction to help reintroduce Roslyn Drexler’s BAD GUY
On Thursday, November 1, 2018 7:00 pm, I’ll be talking onstage in Claremont with Kenneth Lonergan about his work
With my brother, I wrote about The Beastie Boys and “the origin of white rap”, in this book.
I did a two-part podcast with Jasun Horsley of AUTICULTURE: JUST THIS WEEK
I’ll read at Red Hen’s benefit luncheon on October 28th. This will be the first-ever public reading from The Feral Detective, which comes out just a week late.
I wrote an essay for the new Criterion edition of Magnificent Ambersons, out in November
I talked with curator Helen Molesworth at MOCA about Manny Farber and Termite Art.
I wrote the catalog essay, “Knitting the Monster’s Socks”, for the Metropolitan Museum’s new show Everything is Connected: Art and Conspiracy.