Erica Lewis returns with her second Wind In Your Fox Fur column, examining Ohio, jewelry, art, style, and, of course, metallic clogs.
Jeff Alessandrelli caught up with author and performance artist Gabrielle Civil to discuss perspective, stereotypes, expectation, and much more in the wake of her genre-bending memoir Swallow the Fish.
In this installment of Unpublishable, Bridget Brewer offers up a compulsive look at bodies, god, and pain.
“An article online explains how a large majority of homosexuals are possessed by ghosts.” New work by Joseph Dante.
Colin Winnette’s latest, The Job of the Wasp, reprograms the murder mystery to invite such questions as: What cruelty lurks behind a shadow? Why can’t we weep openly without scorn? Why doesn’t weather menace our stories? Jason Teal reviews.
Sarah Rose Etter
Arnaud Théval photographs French prisons after they’ve been emptied of inmates — and Sarah Rose Etter interviews him about the project, what he’s uncovered, and explores the prison industrial complex alongside an examination of his book.
Vi Khi Nao
Vi Khi Nao speaks with Andrew Wessels while in Istanbul about his new collection, A Turkish Dictionary.
“The mother-to-be’s proportions are wrong, too, which is why she is getting other work done in addition to the removal of the baby.” New short fiction by Michelle Ross.
This edition of Ideal Home Noise takes a look at the Kiju Yoshida box set from Arrow Video, a Greg Tate reader, and Anouck Durand’s Eternal Friendship.
“All this standing, now, waiting for this nonsense.” New short fiction by Nathan Dragon.