“I dreamt I was Kawhi Leonard and still nobody loved me.” Hadiyyah Kuma with a genre-bending meditation on trauma, attention, and the 2019 NBA finals.
“The American had been telling about the sex appeal of the Samsung—literally dripping off the edge—excuse me—” Fiction by Josh Boardman.
Ariana Reines speaks candidly with Emmalea Russo about her latest and largest work to date, A Sand Book.
“Registration Caspar is urgently prophetic, a mirror onto the future, a mirror quite necessary where our own Vladi(mirrors) are Estra(gone).” Michael Martrich reviews.
“I’m on a social media detox. I photograph my food and show it to no one. I sleep in a child’s bed in an air bnb on top of a hill.” Fiction by Sofia Banzhaf.
Jeff T. Johnson
The latest edition of Jeff T. Johnson’s Book Album Book focuses on the profound and otherworldly genius of Alice Coltrane.
“…musically, I told my father, it’s probably easier if you think about the sixth chapter of my critical exegesis of your first novel, “Fantasies of Masculine Annulment: A Paratextual History,” in terms of a permutation fugue, as like, in layman’s terms, a cantata of invertible counterpoints…” Fiction by Rod Moody-Corbett.
Never Angeline North
The first installment of Fanzine’s new monthly horoscope column by Never Angeline North comes in blazing with meta-mystical wisdom for your June.
Jeremy Packert Burke
“Today our task is twofold: keep the flames at bay, and recover a child’s ashen bones.” Fiction by Jeremy Packert Burke.
“Who is speaking to you? Is it the man with the crooked nose or is it the woman with the crooked chin? And what’s that noise?” Paul Cunningham reviews Joshua Kornreich’s richly styled and mysterious new novel, Horsebuggy.