Katie Jean Shinkle
Katie Jean Shinkle shares two fragments of bullets and love and hiding from her latest book available from Blue Square Press.
Amber Sparks dives into the memory, loss, and apocalypse in Laura van den Berg’s Find Me.
Gabriel Blackwell’s essay takes a close and tangential look at the scene [INT: Elster's Office (DAY)] from Alfred Hitchcock’s Vertigo.
“Or the fuzz is neither in your head or in your life, but in the DMZ between the two.” An excerpt from Nicholas Grider’s The Book of Former Wisdom.
Kati Heng listens to French-Cuban duo Iyebi’s self-titled debut album and tries to wrestle with the ways we can and cannot handle musical heritage.
Filmmaker Aaron Mirkin and author Lonely Christopher discuss their process of collaboration translating short story into short film.
Benjamin Allocco with an essay on monsters, playing with dolls, and the power of storytelling.
“How long have I been smoking this cigarette? I / can no longer see the page.” A new poem from Michael Keenan, selected by Spring poetry editor, Louise Mathias.
Thomas Moore in conversation with M Kitchell over theories of queerness, affect, and singularity in his latest book, Apart From, as well as his role as publisher of Solar▲Luxuriance.
As We Know redefines the writer/editor relationship by blurring all boundaries between them. Gina Myers reviews.