“In the new music I’ve discovered nudity.” New work from Daniel Poppick, author most recently of The Police.
In this installment of Unpublishable, Chelsea Hodson blows the dust off of a micro cassette recording of her interview with Joanna Newsom that explores lyrics & love.
“Her husband’s ex had built a career on saying terrible things about people.” New fiction by Vanessa Norton.
Joseph Scapellato speaks with Jason Teal about westerns and the New West in relation to Scapellato’s debut work of fiction, Big Lonesome.
Zachary Pace does a deep-dive on his obsession with Cat Power live bootlegs and “Could We,” the fourth track on the band’s iconic 2006 album The Greatest.
Jane Dykema shares a year of intimate emails with Padgett Powell, exploring politics, parenthood, and the personal.
Jon Padgett spoke with David Peak about Padgett’s debut collection, The Secret of Ventriloquism, a “relentlessly creepy, exploring themes of altered realities, human simulacra, and occult conspiracy.”
“The sharper the pen knife is the easier it will be to penetrate the skull, which is where we’re going.” New fiction by Daniel Beauregard.
Katie Jean Shinkle
Katie Jean Shinkle on the intersection between art and absence, consent and longing, through the frame of Joan Mitchell’s painting, “Dune.”
The first installment of “Wind In Your Fox Fur,” a new fashion column by Erica Lewis, kicking off with a look at work by David Smith, Miss Coco, Joe Fletcher, and much more.