Turning 'Sonic Youth' Fans Into Readers

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The iconic 80s indie band Sonic Youth has captivated generations of free thinkers, anarchists and artists. Now it has also inspired a group of people to turn dissonance into literature. Madeleine Brand talks to Peter Wild, curator of the new collection titled Noise: Fiction Inspired by Sonic Youth.



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