Deborah Sengl continues the legacy of acid-tongued Austrian artists from Kraus and Kafka to more contemporary voices like Thomas Bernhard and Elfriede Jelinek. Continue reading The Last Days of Mankind: A Visual Guide to Karl Kraus’ Great War Epic by Deborah Sengl @ nyjb
“Of Earth and in Hell” by Thomas Bernhard represents “a fascinating peek into the genesis of Austria’s controversial literary figure.”. Continue reading Translation Tuesdays: Of Earth and in Hell, by Thomas Bernhard @ NYJB
In my latest installment of the NSFW Files, I discuss The Piano Teacher, by Elfriede Jelinek, a relentless attack on the human species by the controversial Austrian Nobel Laureate. Continue reading The NSFW Files: The Piano Teacher, by Elfriede Jelinek
Today in CCLaP’s “On Being Human,” Karl Wolff’s look at humanity as explained through various famous pieces of pop culture: It’s Leopold von Sacher-Masoch’s infamous “Venus in Furs,” the 1870 book that inspired the sexual term ‘masochism.’ Continue reading CCLaP Fridays: On Being Human: Venus in Furs, by Leopold von Sacher-Masoch
Today on the CCLaP Podcast, it’s episode 2 of our special “Podcast Dreadful” 12-part serial-fiction audiobook anthology. This week featuring stories from Davis Schneiderman, Keith McCleary and Sophia G. Starmack, Jason Riley, Karl Wolff and Jacob S. Knabb, with music by Ken Kase and hosted by Christopher Sullivan. Continue reading Podcast Dreadful Episode 2 now live!
CCLaP’s Podcast Dreadful Episode 1 is now live. Click on the image and it’ll take you to a wonderfully dreadful podcast! Continue reading Podcast Dreadful Episode 1 now live!