Steve Gunn remembered musician Michael Chapman at Aquarium Drunkard.
NPR Music profiled Low’s Alan Sparhawk and Mimi Parker.
Bandcamp Daily shared a guide to Low’s discography.
The Oxford American shared new fiction by Deesha Philyaw.
The Creative Independent interviewed musician Gia Margaret.
The Guardian interviewed author Lauren Groff.
PopMatters interviewed singer-songwriter Joan Armatrading.
Bustle recommended history books every American needs to read.
The Weather Station’s Tamara Lindeman shared her favorite albums with SPIN.
Bleeding Cool recommended comics and graphic novels about 9/11.
Moses Sumney discussed his first art installation with W magazine.
Bookworm wrapped up its interview with Honoree Fanonne Jeffers.
The Quietus shared an excerpt from JR Moores’ new book, Electric Wizards: A Tapestry of Heavy Music.
Bustle recommended books about love and loss.
Stereogum reconsidered the Drive-By Truckers’ Southern Rock Opera album on its 20th anniversary.
The OTHERPPL podcast interviewed author Anna Qu.
Stream a new song by Gone to Color.
The Rumpus recommended the week’s best virtual literary events.
Colleen Green talked to Stereogum about the influences behind her new album.
The Maris Review interviewed author Maggie Nelson.
Matthew Perpetua talked playlists with Dirt.
Literary Hub recommended fall’s best story collections.