June 10, 2012
Filmmaker Jonathan Demme also talks to the Pop and Hiss about his three concert films featuring Young.
The New York Times interviews author John Irving.
Where, when and how do you like to read? Paper or electronic?
I get up early. I like to read a little before anyone but the dog is up. I also like to read at night, not in bed but just before I go to bed. I don't read anything electronically. I don't write electronically, either — except e-mails to my family and friends. I write in longhand. I have always written first drafts by hand, but I used to write subsequent drafts and insert pages on a typewriter. Now (for the last two books) I write all my drafts by hand. It's the right speed for me — slow.
Flavorwire lists wonderful short films based on short stories.
The Independent explains examines why music gig posters are a sound financial investment.
Weekend Edition recommends audiobooks for summer family road trips.
The A.V. Club interviews singer-songwriter Paul Williams about having his songs sung by artists as diverse as The Carpenters and The Muppets.
Time shares a book lover's guide to reading and walking at the same time.
At Paste, seven banjo players discuss the 40th anniversary of the film Deliverance.
Amazon MP3 has 100 digital albums on sale for $5.
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