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Marc Ribot’s insightful essay on the need to turn it up: https://lithub.com/marc-ribot-makes-the-case-for-loud-music/
Catherine Cusset’s Everything Vanishes
Translated from the French by Paul Knobloch Coming soon from Red Car Press Renowned French author Catherine Cusset, finalist for the Prix Goncourt and author of Jouir, A Brilliant Future, and Life of David Hockney, delivers her fourteenth novel, a powerful, tragic, and detailed deconstruction of one of the most important and intimate friendships of her life.
The Dead All Have The Same Skin – Review
James Sallis, Los Angeles Times, May 4, 2008 Imagine an intellectual, astutely French, who hangs out with the likes of Jean-Paul Sartre, has a child’s sense of humor and of the world’s newness, writes radically perverse novels and spends his evenings playing trumpet with jazz bands ’round about the Left Bank. There you pretty much…
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