“shards I am / now that into shards”: Donald Dunbar’s editorial tour of the Pacific NW makes its next stop with a new poem by Ross Robbins.
Sarah Rose Etter
Lindsay Hunter offers a look into her latest book, Ugly Girls, the explosions of human interaction, and why she will always love Stevie Nicks.
An excerpt from Lindsay Hunter’s debut novel, Ugly Girls, upon the occasion of her appearance at the Letters Festival in Atlanta on Nov. 8. Art by Danny Jock.
New blood fills the rerelease of Jean-Patrick Manchette’s 1972 novel, The Mad and the Bad. Mark Asch reviews.
Sherri Caudell sits down with David Norberry of Nomen Novum for some insight on his latest releases, rap, and the Atlanta music scene.
“We both know a field covered / in paint is not right.” Donald Dunbar’s editorial tour of the Pacific NW makes its next stop with a new poem by Jane Wong.
Dodie Bellamy sat down to lunch with Fanzine’s Lucy Tiven in San Francisco to discuss cults, narcissism, drugs, and her latest book, The TV Sutras.
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.