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.
Jaime Fountaine interviews Bud Smith about birds and his latest book, Work, out from Civil Coping Mechanisms.
In this installment of Unpublishable, Mark Leidner offers up five poems examining tanning beds, Jurassic Park, and angels wrestling.
“Allen brought diapers; Ellen brought old trash bags; Henry made a hair cake; Barbara vomited onto a plate. There’s nothing better, so you might as well eat it.” New fiction from Mike Corrao.
The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles is hosting a comprehensive retrospective on the work of the Brazilian conceptual and performance artist Anna Maria Maiolino through January 22, 2018. Joseph Houlihan goes in.
Hanif Abdurraqib talks about his incredible new book, They Can’t Kill Us Until They Kill Us, the story inside his cultural heroes, and finding joy in the emotional orchestra.
In this installment of Unpublishable, Sebastian Castillo offers up a Bolaño-driven take on writers reading the books of other writers to dizzying effect.
“Fidel reached inside the cow and extracted the citizen known behind his back as All Is Well With Thor.” New fiction by Fortunato Salazar.
Nate Logan reviews Becca Klaver’s latest book of poems, Empire Wasted.
D. Foy speaks with Jaime Fountaine about his latest book, Absolutely Golden, and leveraging Playboy as source material.