Books, Music , Art, and. . .

Interviews, Reviews, Views

New, Old, and Immortal

Books, Music, Art, and. . .

Interviews, Reviews, Views

New, Old, and Immortal

Welcome!

The Literary Chick site is a kaleidoscope of all things books, music, and art. We’re updating the ’60s Greenwich Village coffeehouse scene for the internet age. Whether it be reviews, interviews, pictures, or news, it’s here. I want this site to be inclusive and a hotbed of the new and old, the underground, the you-may-not-have-been-aware-of, and the I’ve-got-to-show-you-this. Contributions not only are welcome, they’re encouraged. If you’ve got a piece you’d like to share, a review you’d like to post, a picture of yourself with a book speaks to you, feel free to share it with us. 

Contributions not only are welcome, they’re encouraged

Tolstoy wrote that art is the communication of feelings from the artist to another by means of words, creations, or sounds.  This is what I seek.  I hope to bring the personal experience felt by people from books, music, and art to others to bridge communication and a living network of sharing and transferring ideas and feelings.  

The Literary Chick

 

I hope you’ll join me

Books Read

blog posts

Interviews

The Literary Chick’s Favorites

1. The Trial by Franz Kafka

2. We Have Always Lived In The Castle By Shirley Jackson

3. Your House Is On Fire Your Children All Gone by Stefan Kiesbye

4. Le Voyeur by Alain Robbe-Grillet

5. The Exorcist by William Petter Blatty

The Literary Chick’s Rogue’s Gallery of Readers

All are welcome to send photos of themselves with their favorite books. These photos are taken as part of a guerrilla reading campaign.

Check out the complete gallery on Facebook.

Recent Interviews

(Check out more on Facebook)

Chuck Palahniuk

The Literary Chick Interview – Adam Smyer

  Adam Smyer is the author of Knucklehead, which has been accurately described as “A fierce, intelligent, and often hilarious novel about a young African-Attorney who struggles to keep his cool in the personally and political turbulent ‘90’s”.  The Literary Chick was...

Pin It on Pinterest