From Dolan Morgan’s surreal graphic novel How to Have Sex on Other Planets, Neptune “is going to show you what’s behind those closed doors.”
“Guy fieri learned his first discomfort popping the coyote milk in discrete plops unlike the gentle flow that came from george w bush.” New fiction by Bobby Dixon.
“Let the work speak for itself. Blah blah blah. Literature relying on celebrity. Publishing on the internet. Immediate access. Blah blah blah.” Cat Tyc continues her exploration of the relationship between experience, poetics, and media, invoking Charles Olson and Merleau-Ponty.
“The representation of self is a production.” Cat Tyc explores the strange & shifting line between media and identity, in looking at the digital TV transition, Godard in 3D, Rocalotta Moss’s use of 3rd person, Spike Lee, and more.
“Another decade passes, and he’s a hundred years old. He’s served sixty years of a two hundred and fifty year sentence.” New fiction by Kieran Devaney.
Meghan Lamb with a fragmentary reconsideration of the nature of one’s home and how it changes with perspective, what it retains.
Brian Alan Ellis
What if Chris Farley never died? What if no one ever died? What would be different?
“There were uniforms, and then hijabs ripped off of women’s heads. Shrieking. Hair, blood. Red in black. And slammed doors. Pop-pop-pop. Firing in the distance, in the hills.” New fiction by Rachael Daum.
Adam Fagin looks back at a college-era obsession with Bob Dylan in an attempt to connect it to the formation of his identity, culminating with a complete mental collapse on the streets of New York City in the late 90s.
Catch Business & Shy Watson talk about Watson’s new book of poetry, Cheap Yellow, and whether romance is love.