You can look at literally thousands of Stanley Kubrick’s photographs online through MCNY. I’m partial to the sets featuring the child boxers, Rosemary Williams, and Betsy von Furstenberg, but there are gems a plenty.
"The most unfortunate / Thing about history / Is not pornos. No, it is how Americans / (And we were talking about men but may I take this opportunity / To be more inclusive, because inclusivity is in!) were once better than they are at present." In which an imagined David Brooks writes a sestina about misogyny. Here's a Millions piece in which the real-life Brooks is thought of not as a pariah, but as a harbinger of hope.
We didn't catch it in time for our big preview, but Kazuo Ishiguro's forthcoming novel The Buried Giant, now has an official U.S. release date of March 2015. The novel is the author's first in 10 years, and his British publisher says it will be about "lost memories, love, revenge and war."
New Directions announced they will publish Irish author Keith Ridgway’s novel, Hawthorn & Child, which was originally published by Granta books in 2012. Look out for the book this September. As a way to entice prospective readers, Tom Roberge does not mince words. “This is absolutely a New Directions book, and we think those of you who've fallen in love with Javier Marías or Roberto Bolaño or László Krasznahorkai as much as we did will agree,” Roberge writes.