In Mentor, Tom Grimes explores the cyclical nature of two intertwined lives, two lives bound by literature, and the way in which the vicissitudes of friendship and mentorship can push and pull at the boundaries of our relationships.
Alex Ross, music critic, is the author of Listen to This, a collection of essays from The New Yorker. Click through to read an interview with Amy Whipple where Ross discusses the relevance of classical music, Björk, and Aaron Copland’s checking account.
Ander Monson’s Vanishing Point is both a book and a website, the two connected by textual daggers that lead the reader down the endless hallways of the Internet. BOMBlog’s Amy Whipple talks with the author about the enriching literary possibilities offered by the overlap of digital and analog technologies.