Nathaniel Popkin offers an incisive take on existential terror and the symphonic bursts of The Alp, just out from the Dalkey Archive.
An excerpt from Pete Hausler’s illustrated memoir, Staggertown: Notes from a Barstool.
Kati Heng listens for the first time to the Spice Girls’s debut (1996′s Spice), trying to get a contemporary read on the manufactured 90s Girl Power band.
Guillaume Morissette and Tyler Crawford
The doctors are in: Guillaume Morissette and Tyler Crawford are here to help you figure out which of the twelve types of vague relationships you’re in and just how doomed that relationship is!
The various quality levels of any given day are explored in a new poem by Peter Davis, selected by Spring poetry editor, Molly Brodak.
What can you learn from Witch Piss? Mark Baumer elucidates fifty deeper understandings one may gather from the mind of Sam Pink.
Alongside the release of her latest collection, Can’t and Won’t, Shane Jones takes a look back at his experience in a writing workshop with Lydia Davis.
Soliloquy, essay, poetry, fiction, and drama come together as a single body in the latest form-bender from Patrick Durgin. Drew Kalbach reviews.
Body Maps is a series that invites authors to write about the body. In the second edition, Maria Flaccavento writes about hunger, sexuality, and working very hard.
A new poem from JoAnna Novak containing cake, corn, altars, and beaks, selected by Spring poetry editor, Molly Brodak.