Out of the Vinyl Deeps catalogs Ellen Willis’s pop years.
Modern capital is in crisis, and neoliberalism, which redistributes wealth upward, keeps the zombie shambling forward, hungry and blindly grasping.
The one thing that a thousand books written from within the financial crisis won't contemplate is the possibility of an unhappy ending for capitalism.
Life in America is once more approaching John Ashbery, from one drifty moment to the next.
In Paris Spleen, Charles Baudelaire crystallized a new feeling: the private life of the public turn.
Michèle Bernstein's Situationist novel explores a Paris hovering between Old World and New Wave.
A new book of Rod Smith's poems maps the geometry of social life in thoughts and phrases.