A look back at the stark, disorienting effect of Alejandro Jodorowsky’s first full feature film, the seminal Fando y Lis.
“As a child I believed my parents never thought they would die because they never talked about dying.” Moving new short fiction from Shane Jones.
Andrew Duncan Worthington
Andrew Worthington catches up with Michael Clune about his memoir of heroin addiction, White Out.
A young woman finds parallels with the life of Selena Quintanilla in the midst of search for self and love.
“I was a bicycle on fire in a field / marked out for ghosts.” 4 new poems by Jay Deshpande, selected by Summer poetry editor, Sasha Fletcher.
Nicholas Grider tunes in with an attempt at opening new discussion of how literary submission fees affect who gets published and why.
“I continue my stride and when my feet enter its wet the vodka tastes glorious and my gown heavies at the bottom and your erection grows twice its size and you marvel that you can now grab it with two hands.” New fiction from xTx. Art by Danny Jock.
Michael du Plessis
A haunting autobiographical essay by Michael du Plessis: “She said, Once you struggle, it’s all lost.”
How can any artist escape the representative nature of an image without simultaneously utilizing images or representations? Paul Cunningham considers the question via a deep look at cocaine, Andy Warhol, and Marilyn Monroe in the work of Brazilian artist Hélio Oiticica.