On Monday, May 6th at 7 PM, writers Lev Grossman, Nathaniel Adams, and Jen Vafidis will discuss Kingsley Amis’ newly reissued novels, the alternate history The Alteration and the ghost story The Green Man at the Half King. Co-sponsored with Vol. 1 Brooklyn.
Full details here.
In addition to the playlist above, the company is producing a notebook that includes a 7″ vinyl with ten songs by Ellen Allien that are inspired by Italo Calvino. (Perhaps the goal is to expand the retail line to 55 cities.) This oversized notebook is available exclusively in London.
Experimental Calvino-rock? Excellent.
The kind of minimal art that Sandro invests in seems to be exactly what The Flamethrowers is not. As with her debut novel Telex from Cuba, Kushner is devoted to writing political novels. Though The Flamethrowers takes place in the 1970s, it’s acutely aware of the political crises of our contemporary world.