Blank space and blood come together in the highly fertile, anti-narrative terrain of Christine Friedlander’s debut. Kina Viola reviews.
Ottessa Moshfegh in coversation with Luke Goebel about witchery, drugs, personality, and her new story collection, Homesick for Another World, out today from Penguin Press.
Is J.R. Smith insane? Or is he just a one-of-a-kind mind within the script-friendly culture of pro sports? Gregg Murray delves into the mythology surrounding the one of the NBA’s most flamboyant personalities.
Jennifer Kronovet’s latest book, The Wug Test, explores the rules of language and how they influence our lives. Andrew Ridker reviews.
“Duende is more than a fleeting moment of sadness. It’s an aesthetic. A projected acceptable sadness. A stepsister of nostalgia.” Paul Asta takes a kaleidoscopic view of Duende, via Elliott Smith, mental illness, and fast food.
In a bar in New York City, the author opens up about his latest collection, A Collapse of Horses, psychology, and dreams.