October 14, 2012
Led Zeppelin's members discuss their one-off 2007 performance with the Guardian, and also why the band will never reunite again.
At the Guardian, the finalists for the 2012 Man Booker prize discuss their novels.
Morning Edition offers three reasons K-pop is taking over the world.
The Guardian shares a previously unpublished interview of Pete Doherty and Carl Barat, done 10 years ago on the eve of the release of the Libertines' Up the Bracket album.
THE OA: You're frequently referred to as a Southern writer. How do you feel about that classification?
SM: Yeah, I'm usually lumped in with those folks. I don't even consider myself Southern. West Virginia is a mid-Atlantic state. Usually when they review my work, they're like, "It’s like having someone sit next to you at your local bar telling you something." I hate bars! I'm a Christian. I get drunk at home! Bars are just old dudes smelling like urine and women with big asses and bad teeth.
Alongside of that I get lumped in with Larry Brown, Barry Hannah, Harry Crews. I mean, I think those writers are completely different, and I love them. Philip Roth has influenced me just as much, but no one is trying to lump me in with Philip Roth.
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also at Largehearted Boy:
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