Special Summer Double Issue of Our Mobile App Little Star Weekly!


iPhoneshanaThis week we have a more-than-usually big and juicy bite of reading for your long train rides and cicada-filled afternoons on the porch swing.

Our weekly app for iPad and iPhone offers up an extra-big dollop of Little Starrish writing to while away the hours. Our theme, more or less, is the carnal and its aftermath. Poems about Bette Davis and Frankenstein from Judith Berke and James Arthur, small stories from Rav Grewal-Kök, student, and Eliot Weinberger, master of the form. And a big suspenseful piece of serial from NYR blog regular Tim Parks, in honor of his new novel, Painting Death.

Our artist this week: Bushwick-based Shana Sadeghi-Ray. As our summer curator John Zinsser reports, Sadeghi-Ray is an nth-generation feminist polymath—she’s got a zine, A Source Says (available at Printed Matter); a clothing line, SMH Girls; and a body of surrealist-informed pop-culture photo collages. Her work was was recently on view at the Last Brucennial.

Curious about the app? You can take a tour here.

So follow the sign of the floating pancake to Little Star Weekly! Download here. If you have’t read the Weekly before you’ll get our first issue and current one on the house.

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