Twitter Facebook Tumblr Pinterest Instagram

« older | Main Largehearted Boy Page | newer »

December 5, 2005

Shorties

Daniel Radcliffe (Harry Potter) lists some of his favorite albums for Blender.


The Guardian explores the religious themes in the new Disney Chronicles of Narnia film.


Stylus plays god with Radiohead's 1993 release, Pablo Honey.


Indie Interviews lists their top ten albums of 2005.


The New Yorker offers a new short story by T. Coraghessan Boyle, "La Conchita."


The 33 1/2 blog (for the series of small music books from Continuum) lists bands who had proposals for books sent their way. (Does the world need another Limp Bizkit book???)


Stylus kicks off their top 50 singles of 2005 with the Mountain Goats'"This Year."


The Columbia Chronicle sits in on a "chick lit" roundtable discussion.

However, Jess Crispin, who runs the online monthly magazine Bookslut.com, wasn’t as generous toward chick lit’s relevance.

“I’m kind of [in] the mindset that you should hide your chick lit,” Crispin said.

According to Crispin, the genre’s characters don’t converse about politics or art—they talk about men. She also noted that the writing was terrible.

“You should be sort of ashamed of [chick lit] because it’s bad,” Crispin said.


New Hampshire's Union Leader profiles local bands with a Myspace presence.


The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel examines the controversy surrounding school systems using graphic novels in local classrooms and school libraries.



The herald has celebrities (authors, entertainers, politicians) list their favorite books of the year. (part two)


Morrissey tattoos


Pretentious is a new mp3 blog that won my heart by posting Pillows' "Kim Deal."


tags:


permalink






Google
  Web largeheartedboy.com