“A demonic version of the sweetest and best person in your life”: Donald Dunbar’s editorial tour of the Pacific NW makes its next stop with an excerpt from James Gendron’s forthcoming Weirde Sister.
Felix Bernstein & Vanessa Place
Roman Polanski, Kill List, anti-intellectualism,Terry Richardson, alt lit, and many further forms of scandal and desire come to collide in a pair of conversations intertwining Felix Bernstein and Vanessa Place.
“Do you like choking on my food?” Meet your new dominatrix, in the form of short fiction by Scott Daughtridge.
Micah Gottlieb provides an inside look at the Migrating Forms Festival, taking place December 10-18 in NYC, including new films by Gina Telaroli and Stanya Kahn.
Morgan Parker provides a vital roundup of the #BlackPoetsSpeakOut movement, born in the wake of the murder of Mike Brown and countless other black Americans at the hands of the police.
“the audience sees itself. is wasted away. the kind of music that shows itself to itself.”: Donald Dunbar’s editorial tour of the Pacific NW makes its next stop with two new poems by Jamalieh Haley.
Migraines go better with trashy reality TV, according to Kati Heng.
“So, to clarify, just one last time: your novel isn’t Untitled, or Not Titled, but simply not titled, in the sense that there is a void where one might expect a title to be.” Insider info on Jimmy Chen’s untitled novel, from Farrar, Straus and Giroux.
Amber Sparks tackles the psychosis of a city unraveling in John Dermot Woods’s self-illustrated new novel, The Baltimore Atrocities.
Lamb’s latest album, Backspace Unwind, provides emotional clarity and foundation for Nicholas Grider during trying times.