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Quelle Coincidence!: TPR Salutes Les Inrockuptibles

September 15, 2010 | by

As Paris cultural institutions go, they're babies—but for the last two decades Les Inrockuptibles has been the great arbiter of Parisian pop cult. (Think Spin in its heyday, plus The Village Voice ditto, plus a music label and a funny accent.) Today the editors of Les Inrocks are relaunching the magazine; we wish them bon courage. They have our sympathy, heaven knows—and our highest hopes.

To mark the occasion, our culture diary will feature editor Nelly Kaprielian, who brings us an eyewitness report on this year's rentrée littéraire.



  1. kim | May 6, 2012 at 9:01 am

    The inrockuptibles is probably the most hated piece of trash in the french litterature milieu and Houellebeques probably wipes his ass every day with it.

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