“One cannot leave / the same way twice.” A new poem by Rae Gouirand, selected by Spring poetry editor, Louise Mathias.
Weston Cutter reviews the new Dodos album, Individ, while considering what made the band’s breakthrough, Visiter, so strange and glorious and good.
An excerpt from Ryan Ridge’s sublime and hypnotic database of features of what surrounds us, American Homes.
Courtney Maum interviews Amy Fusselman about her newest book, Savage Park.
A lyric essay by John Rufo on learning Hindi. “Hindi is a very scientific language.”
Nik De Dominic
“You begin to wonder / if they are cops but you know cops don’t take the bus.” A new poem from Nik De Dominic, selected by Spring poetry editor Louise Mathias.
Andrew Duncan Worthington
Andrew Worthington catches up with Ben Nadler about his punk retrospective, Punk in NYC’s Lower East Side, 1981-1991.
The third and final winner of the Create Your Own Atrocity contest, “Two Stories” by Drew Buxton.
Ryan Ridge takes a close look at how the art of David Shrigley influences his writing, life and death, and fear.
At his annual Oscar party Kevin Killian laments the lack of nominees of color while roasting the sure fire white winners playing numerous afflictions.