Rojak is a regular collection of assorted links as well as a bulletin summarising the week (or thereabouts) on this blog.
I took a break from Rojak last week because it was a For Your Consideration weekend. Back in action.
Lou Reed recovering after liver transplant. [via RTE]
Darin Barney writes in defence of Judith Butler. [via Huffpost Living]
There’s an Alvin Lustig book from New Directions (featuring his book covers) and I believe you can get it with a discount if you’re in the States. [via New Directions]
I’m sure you’ve already seen Daft Punk at an F1 race. [via Pitchfork]
New Vessel Press is a new publisher aiming to bring more international writing to the US. [via New Vessel Press]
Zoë Heller writes about the new essay collection from Janet Malcolm, Forty-One False Starts: Essays on Artists and Writers. [via NYRB]
This month’s For Your Consideration featured Macedonio, Rosemary’s Baby, Daft Punk, and some critical writing.
Also in this past fortnight:
- Franca Rame has died.
- Brian Eno on his visual art.
- Chris Ware.
- Photography by Édouard Levé.
- Free music from David Byrne and St. Vincent.
- William Gaddis’s letters.
- More Atoms For Peace rehearsals.
- The Freewheelin’ Bob Dylan at 50.
- Alice Munro.
- Tim Parks and translation.