What happens when you put 12,000 introverts in one room with fluorescent lighting? Jamie Iredell reviews the breakfasts, brawls, and awkward moments of AWP.
A new “lost poem” by Adam Good comprising in-flight safety instructions and Built To Spill, selected by Fanzine’s spring poetry editor, Joseph Young.
Weston Cutter fumbles with trying to articulate exactly what Tanya Olson’s doing, and how and why it’s so compelling, in her collection, Boyishly.
Dan Magers picks the brain of Ben Fama about Lacan, Paula Deen, Blade Runner and Fama’s two new books of poetry.
An introspective shakedown of the mythos of the artist in an era of online masturbation and self-help, starring Tumblr, Henry Miller, and Sheila Heti.
‘Twas raining little bald men at Kevin Killian’s annual Oscars Party where it was hard to say what was more shocking, Matthew McConaughey’s speech or Pink doing Judy Garland.
Allen Ginsberg and Third Eye Blind find common ground in a new poem from Tracy Dimond, selected by Fanzine’s spring poetry editor, Joseph Young.
Mark Baumer provides transcription of a conversation between Franco & Shields believed to have occurred sometime in the year 1991.
An early look at Joshua Corey’s An American Elegy, a strategic exploration of the terrain between mother and detective. Laura Carter reviews.
Jos Charles examines the line between individuality and social responsibility in an attempt to find a personal location among the past.