Hot on the heels of our own review of Brief Encounters with the Enemy, Full-Stop publishes an interview with Saïd Sayrafiezadeh. What makes it especially interesting, however, is that their interviewer is Scott Cheshire, who also wrote our review.
"Romatic realist" painter Bo Bartlett, born in Columbus, Georgia, is renowned for his epic tableaus depicting a "Hopper-like sense of longing and mystery combined with a Lynchian-cocktail of menace, beauty, and stranger-than-fiction reality." He was also a protégé and life-long friend of Andrew Wyeth. In Oxford American's most recent SoLost installment, the crew checks out Bartlett's surprising and endearing winter workspace.