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Not Yet by Rick Moody
​​Yael Kanarek 01

Novelist Rick Moody pins down the silicone postmodern language of Yael Kanarek’s latest works, which struggle with notions of affiliation and territory while pointing to the potential to transcend those boundaries.

Not Yet by Rick Moody
​​Yael Kanarek 01

Novelist Rick Moody pins down the silicone postmodern language of Yael Kanarek’s latest works, which struggle with notions of affiliation and territory while pointing to the potential to transcend those boundaries.

Edward Droste by Rick Moody
Tom Hines Edward Droste

Beginning with the mostly solo Horn of Plenty, Droste’s ringing vocals catapulted Grizzly Bear to the fore of Brooklyn “freak-folk.” Ironic, then, that here he recalls being initially afraid to sing, even for himself.

Rick Moody’s Purple America by Betsy Sussler
Moody 1

Purple America has the acid overtones of Hendrix’s “Purple Rain” coupled with the rollicking control of a writer who knows exactly what he’s about.

Rick Moody by Jill Eisenstadt
Moody 01 Body

“I’ll watch the weather a couple of times a day on T.V.,just to see if anything has changed. I take storms personally, too.”

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