“This is a deconstruction of the bounded society presumably from the perspective of its most privileged member–a rich white male. As most of you know, I’ve tried to move past hierarchy as the sole way to understand freedom and individuals. It’s something to see that angle executed by a master.” -At The Atlantic, Ta-Nehisi Coates writes about reading The Age of Innocence. (Posts one, two, and three.)
- From Julia Jackson at The Outlet: relive the stomach-growling splendor of last night’s Vol. 1’s “Greatest 3-Minute Food Stories” at Matchless!
- At HTML Giant, Noah Cicero interviews xTx.
- Emily St. John Mandel discusses her writing space. Also, her novel The Singer’s Gun is newly out in paperback, and it’s recommended.
- The best MoMA comment card ever? Quite possibly.