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March 8, 2013 | 7:30 pm | $12

Sam Lipsyte’s “The Fun Parts” Launch Party w/ Mike Doughty

On March 8th InDigest is going to help welcome Sam Lipsyte’s newest book, The Fun Parts, into the world with a reading at (Le) Poisson Rouge. Joining in the fun will be singer-songwriter (and author) Mike Doughty, who will bemore…

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Literary Events in New York This Week

Monday: Brandon Brown and Paul Legault at the Poetry Project, 8pm Tuesday: Chapbook Release Party w/ Jackie Clarke, B.C. Edwards, Steven Karl & Angela Veronica Wong, and Amy Lawless at Public Assembly, 7pm Wednesday: Kadija Sesay, Margaret Diehl, Victoria Lynnemore…

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What We’ve Been Reading

The books I’ve been reading in the last week have me a bit puzzled. The most realistic books are the most absurd and the most fantastic are the most logical. That doesn’t seem right to me, but it has mademore…

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What We’ve Been Reading

I said in July that since I’d been reading so much experimental literature, I was going to get back into more traditional, straightforward novels, you know, just to switch things up a little. Well, that’s been both true and untrue.more…

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What We’ve Been Reading

Ashleigh Lambert: Aren’t you glad that secret police don’t steal your underwear and bottle it to preserve your scent? I am. I’d never thought to be grateful for such a thing until I started reading Stasiland: True Stories from Behindmore…

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On Sam Lipsyte and The Ask

by Philip Connors Discussed in this Article: Sam Lipsyte, The Ask [Macmillan, 2010] Sam Lipsyte, Home Land [Flamingo, 2004] Sam Lipsyte, The Subject Steve [Broadway Books, 2001] ……………………………………………………………………………………………………… Sam Lipsyte hasn’t always had it easy, despite an auspicious debut. Hismore…

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The Best Literary and Arts Events in the Twin Cities This Week

04.04 Jay Walljasper discusses All That We Share: A Field Guide to the Commons at Magers & Quinn. 04.05 Go see some poetry today. (I’d insert something here about taking a night out of your life for poetry during Nationalmore…

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Events in New York This Week

01.24 Ben Mirov & Solmaz Sharif read at The Poetry Project at St. Marks Church. 01.25 Icelandic ambient/classical musician Olafur Arnalds comes to the Highline Ballroom and is joined by Chris Garneau. 01.26 The omni-present Literary Death Match moves tomore…

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What We’ve Been Reading

Alex Lemon Journey to the End of the Night by Céline: “her behavior to me had been most crummily ruthless.” The Gnostics by David Brakke: “Another metaphor for this way of viewing early Christianity is warfare…” Re-reading The Happiest Babymore…

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What We’ve Been Reading

J. Albin Larson: Four Seasons in Rome, Anthony Doerr. This short book chronicles the author’s fellowship at the American Academy of Arts and Letters in Rome. Based on the strength of his first short story collection, The Shell Collector, Doerrmore…

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What We Missed

“Bohemian Rhapsody”, an author with bed bugs An excerpt from Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter Magic Man: Kenneth Anger Jean-Luc Godard’s Tribute to Eric Rohmer Elizabeth Bishop reading “One Art” An Interview with Ronaldo V. Wilson “Homecoming” by Michael Ogletree

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InDigest Picks

Books: The House of Tomorrow (Peter Bognanni) [Putnam Adult] + The debut novel from author Peter Bognanni (a former InDigest contributor, read “Historical Replicas Unlimited”) is an energetic novel that weaves the vitality of rock into a funny and engagingmore…

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