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Entries by Alexandra Marvar from 11/2011

Esopus Survives 17 Issues (and Counting) with Due Fanfare

| Posted 11.01.2011 | New York

At the helm, founder Tod Lippy has reared Esopus to showcase artists in an ad-free context -- a superheroic feat in these dire times of hi-fi printed matter.

MOUND: Moving Stop-Motion from Allison Schulnik

| Posted 11.11.2011 | Arts

LA-based artist Allison Schulnik spent about eight months on her latest heart-rending stop-motion opus, which clocks in at just under four and a half minutes long.

A Conversation with Hal Hartley

| Posted 11.13.2011 | Arts

Here is a conversation with Hal Hartley that encompasses Meanwhile, the evolution of Williamsburg, literary influences, catholic breakdowns, American gun laws, Simone Weil, and more. Read these answers in context in the complete interview at

Miranda July On Her New Book, Her Dilatory Cooking Habit

| Posted 11.17.2011 | Books

Part narrative, part self-conscious ethnography, it tracks July's exploration through the PennySaver "for sale" classifieds, which she used as a vehicle to meet people in their homes throughout L.A. and interview them about their lives.

Aaron Belz on Poetry and His Eventual Book Balls or Yo, Chechnya

| Posted 11.21.2011 | Arts

Poet, writer, and borderline comedian Aaron Belz (The Bird Hoverer; Lovely, Raspberry) will journey from North Carolina to Brooklyn to, among other things, read at Unnameable Books on Monday, November 21st.