Here are a few things to check out while we’re driving across the Emerald Isle on the wrong side of the road:
Art critic for The Guardian, Jonathan Jones, thinks Cy Twombly "is the thinking person's Banksy."
The new issue of The Quarterly Conversation is up, and it has a bunch of interesting articles.
The new issue of The New Yorker has a previously unpublished short story by Nabokov, you can read it here.
If you're looking for a flick to rent, might I suggest two films that brilliantly reinvent their genre: John Carney's Once; Todd Haynes's I'm Not There.
Below is a cool documentary about John Zorn, directed by Claudia Heurermann:
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Finally, be sure to check out the new issue of Hayden's Ferry Review, with Caitlin's beautifully grotesque prose piece, "Only This Torn Room Forever Sleeps":