Margaret Patton Chapman
Two new short fictions by Margaret Patton Chapman, a featured author at this year’s Letters Festival in Atlanta (Nov. 6-8). Art by Danny Jock.
Thomas Page McBee’s writing brings attention to men’s lives as socialized, gendered experiences, rather than having invisible or absent gender. Marisa Crawford talks with him about choice, empathy, and his new book, Man Alive.
Natalie Eilbert turns a sharp, unwavering eye to the issues of consent, concession, and certainty in sex.
“I see a boundless suspicionless mass surveillance apparatus / and I can see you see the same”: Donald Dunbar’s editorial tour of the Pacific NW makes its next stop with a new poem by Paul Longo.
Kati Heng tries to wrestle with the question of whether an abortion is about the woman or the life she’s carrying.
Six poems of death, sex, and dreaming computers by Daniel Beauregard.
In celebration of Blake Butler’s latest book, we’re proud to offer an exclusive excerpt of 300,000,000. Congratulations, Blake!
Nathaniel Popkin uncovers the silence and response of Sanford Friedman’s inventive portrait of Beethoven through his struggle with his nephew Karl and his written notes.
Andrew Duncan Worthington
Andrew Duncan Worthington sits down with Timothy Willis Sanders to discuss George W., porn, Ferguson, and the creation of his novel, Matt Meets Vik.
“A map is obsolete the day you make it.” Donald Dunbar’s editorial tour of the Pacific NW makes its next stop with a new poem by Rachel Springer.