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The Death-Rattle of Culture | 9/2/2016

Carnival Waltzer

September 2, 2016 edition. The prattle:

Google Shut down Dennis Cooper's blog?!
Yes, I know this is old news. But it's back, baby! And Cooper has a book of GIFs called Zac's Freight Elevator coming out via free download in November.

Jonathan Safran Foer has a new novel out.
To whet our appetite, the New York Times Style Magazine published his email correspondence with Natalie Portman. I can't cut too deep cause Foer (or is it Safran Foer?) is a vegan, but what emoji most accurately depicts non-plussed?

Amazon is opening a new storefront in Chicago.
As a city with a storied history with organized crime, this could be a match made in heaven.

'Young Thug Is His Own Genre Now.'

Young Thug doesn't want his kids calling him "Thug." He wants his new name to be, "No, My Name Is Jeffrey." Questionable name change? Solid motive.

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