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.
I wrote a (short) introduction to help reintroduce Roslyn Drexler’s BAD GUY
With my brother, I wrote about The Beastie Boys and “the origin of white rap”, in this book.
I wrote the catalog essay, “Knitting the Monster’s Socks”, for the Metropolitan Museum’s new show Everything is Connected: Art and Conspiracy.
JL’s contribution to the landmark Fiftieth Issue of the ongoing McSweeney’s Quarterly Concern is available for view online, since the publication is sold out. Recommended as well, for those of you interested in Ernie Bushmiller’s undying character, is this remarkable in-depth book-length study of one three-panel strip.
I wrote a (long) introduction, and memoir of friendship, for David Bowman’s posthumously published novel, Big Bang.
If the first paragraph of this article were the start of an Adam Curtis film, it would begin with a flat, declarative statement. Something like: “This is a film about a curious afternoon in the summer of 2016, when an American novelist pretending to be a journalist went to meet a British journalist who wanted nothing to do with being called an artist.”
My profile of British Documentarian Adam Curtis
New York Times
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