Baldwin, and Bob, and how to feed yourself.
During lunchtime, I like to read an article, usually about literature, at the very least about someone who would make an excellent character in literature. LitHub obliges with a daily newsletter with always one, sometimes more, articles that can be consumed in less than 20 minutes and leave one feeling the good sort of full, to balance out the gluttonous sort of full you might feel after eating an entire The Big Italian (minus the meat) from Saltie.
Today's read, an interview with Raoul Peck, director of the new documentary on James Baldwin, I am Not Your Negro.
James Baldwin and Bob Dylan, circa 1961